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Old   November 29, 2006, 09:09
Default I have a Patch with boundary t
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I have a Patch with boundary type Inlet. Why is it that the pressure cannot be changed to fixedGradient in FoamX? It is fixed at zeroGradient. I am using the SimpleFoam examples. Please shed some light on this.

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