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I have a question about how to use the P_rgh and P boundary conditions for subsonic compressilble flow in a duct. What I want to do is have two boundary conditions at inlet (pressure and mass flow rate) and one boundary condition at outlet (pressure)

I want to compare results with FLUENT, which allows you to select an operating pressure, gauge pressure at inlet, and gauge pressure at outlet. However, i'm a little unsure as to model this using OPENFOAM.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

I'm using the K-Epsilon model.

thank you.

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