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Using one outlet temperature as an inlet temperature for another boundary

Question asked by Nathaniel Vaniderstine on Oct 25, 2020
Latest reply on Oct 27, 2020 by Nathaniel Vaniderstine

Is it possible to use the temperature calculated from a surface goal of an outlet boundary as the fluid temperature of an inlet boundary? I am trying to simulate a coolant line that is a closed system. as the temperature increases throughout the system, the inlet temperature needs to be the same as the outlet temperature. For context, I have a subdomain where there is a separation due to a lid. On one face of the lid I have the outlet boundary and the other side has the inlet boundary. Any help would be muchly appreciated.

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