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Old   May 31, 2021, 08:47
Default more than one boundary condition in nx flow
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hey guys,
I need your help.

my main boundary condition is the velocity, but I have
a pressure (6bar) too.
if I fix the pressure as a 3d-fluidpressure at the inlet the solver dont get
the 6bar and ignore them at the results.
How can i manage this?

my fluid is air.
I want to calculate compressible, for that I use the Coupled
Thermal/Flow solver.
But in the results dont have any differents to the normal Flow solver.
My temp., pressure & density are unchanged.

Here I have two screenshots of my mesh with the boundary conditions at the inlet and outlet (ambient)

thanks for your help
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