|November 22, 2010, 11:39||
Use of mass inlet boundary condition
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I am working on a problem that is fairly a comrpessible type flow process,but still using pressure based solver (since the rate of compression is not very high),I have used Mass flow @ inlet as the B.C's and pressure as the outlet condition.
I kindly request you to let me know can i use tha above combination of the boundary conditions in a flow problem of the above nature.
|November 23, 2010, 08:03||
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Its a good choice so long as you know the exact values for them.
However, maybe I would have preferred the other way round - total pressure at inlet and mass flow rate at outlet, provided that information is known and of course running Fluent.
Honestly can't say what how other solvers might work
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