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Old   January 12, 2007, 14:51
Default How to set up an inlet within the domain
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Hello all,

The case I am trying to simulate is: the noxious gas (heavier than the air)removal from an un-covered storage tank using a blower system. The blower is located outside the storage, the fresh air comes into the ventilated space through a ducting. For this case, how to set up the inlet?

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