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Old   May 7, 2015, 02:25
Default How does the Phoenics define the holes of the building?
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Hi Hi,

I am doing simulaton for a stack ventilation in a high building. I have tried to set the window as Opening, Inlet and default setting. I just wonder how the Phoenics define the holes in simulation?
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You probably want to specify the holes as fixed-pressure boundaries. For that purpose you should use "Openings". It will probably be helpful to set the reference density appropriately, this has the effect of removing the pressure variation with height; this is important, so that the external pressure at all the holes will be the same.
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