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Old   September 20, 2017, 16:55
Default Compressible pressure driven flow - normalized gas?
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Hi guys,
in order to accelerate my simulation (compressible nozzle flow), i want to use normalised gas properties (forwardStep). Since my inlet is defined by a time varying total pressure BC I am not sure how to adapt the physical pressure inlet to normalised gas properties. Do I have to change the physical pressure values for the inlet?

How do I have to recalculate the physical Pressure in the internalField, means getting from normalised simulation results physical ones?

Any hint?
Thanks in adnvance
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