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Old   June 26, 2017, 14:44
Default Pressure driven flow in 2D LES channelFoam
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Hello dear Foamers.
I'm using openFoam 1.6-ext and I would like to do a LES simulation of pressure driven flow through 2D channel. The goal is to calculate flow rate through outlet boundary. Unfortunately I don't know how to deal with Ubar from transportProperties file. It looks like with Ubar defined in transportProperties flow is not driven by pressure but to match average velocity.
Could You, please, give me a hint or modify my simplified case for pressure driven flow?

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