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Old   October 12, 2019, 10:28
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Hello!


I would like to simulate a test section in a windtunnel at 10 bars of pressure in Starccm+. The boundary conditions are



Inlet : 10 Bar pressure , 200g/s through intlet
Outlet: 10Bar

ofcourse, the velocity at the intlet is not the same for 200g/s for 1Bar pressure and 10 bar pressure. I would like to know how I can specify the boundary conditions at the inlet.
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It was a very stupid question. I just had to set reference pressure to 10bars and its ok.
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