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How to define both velocity and pressure in the boundary condition?

Question asked by Samio Roi on Jun 28, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 18, 2013 by Jared Conway

Hello Guys,

 

I have been tryin to do a flow sim on my FSAE project and i'm trying to find my way out through a tricky stuff. I want to simulate my intake(flow sim) for 2 situations.

 

1) Well I have been able to perform this type of simulation. The boundary conditions for the inlet is pressure(1 atm) and at the runners it varies.

 

2) This is where i face real trouble. As the car moves along, there would be a velocity of air gushing in through my forward facing intake. But the trouble is i cannot compare the of effect with and without velocity.

 

Sadly flowsim doesnot allow the defination of more than one type of inlet boundary condition. I would like to know a method in which i can define the inlet boundary condition as both 1 atm and x m/s velocity.

 

Much appreciate your help,

 

Samioroi

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