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Old   April 18, 2001, 20:15
Default Boundary types
pravir kumar rai
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I have following datas for " compressible flow" in 3-d pipe.

Inlet: Z direction mass flow inlet-given gage pressure -given

outlet: X,Y direction X direction : gage pressure - given Y direction : gage pressure - given

can i specify my INLET as MASS FLOW INLET AS WELL AS PRESSURE INLET OR any of the two .Which one is preferred
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