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Old   November 27, 2009, 07:57
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I want to simulate a rectangular tunnel flow which has inlet and outlet velocities with k-omega model. The tunnel is long enough so the flow can be considered as full-developed.My question is how to set the inlet and outlet boundary condition to get good simulation.

Actually I know how to set k and omega of the inlet through the empirical equation. But I am not very sure of the outlet boundary condition setting in some books. So can anybody give me a more accurate description of the outlet setting?
Any reply will be appreciated.



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