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Old   October 28, 2019, 05:57
Default Multi component gas
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WHen I use a multi componenet gas (species 1 and species 2) in a domain with

I have given Velocity Inlet with "species 1 as 100% mass fraction", what should be my outlet condition when both species 1 and species 2 can go out of the domain.

Can I give pressure outlet with 50% mass fraction for both? or is there any better way of doing it.

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