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Old   August 16, 2013, 07:42
Default can use rhoCentralFoam for steady state problems?
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1)is rhoCentralFoam suitable for compressible steady state simple problems like a pipe with one inlet and one outlet?

2)and how set internalField values?
I want to set inlet velocity=250 T=1000K and outlet pressure be 870000pa
then internalField U be zero and p be 870000 and T=1000K is correct?
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