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Setting the Flow Outlet Conditions

You must select a face to which to apply the outlet boundary conditions and parameters.

Notes:

  • The face must touch the fluid.

  • You can select one face only for the inlet.

  • You must select the Pressure metric for either the inlet or outlet condition.

Outlet

 

Metrics: Select a metric to use for the flow calculation:

  • Pressure . Uses pressure as the flow metric. In the Environment Pressure box, set a value. SolidWorks FloXpress interprets this value as a total pressure for incoming flows and as a static pressure for outgoing flows. The same interpretation is applied if a vortex crosses the inlet or outlet.

If you use the Pressure metric for both the inlet and outlet, the inlet pressure must exceed the outlet pressure.

  • Volume Flow Rate . Uses flow rate volume as the flow metric. In the Volume Flow Rate box, set a value.

Face to Apply Outlet Boundary Condition. . Sets the face used for the outlet boundary. SolidWorks FloXpress remembers the initial selection in later calculations. Arrows from the face indicate the flow direction.

 

Temperature . Sets the temperature of the incoming fluid. Temperature may affect the fluid properties.

FloXpress does not consider heat transfer effects.

Related Topics

SolidWorks FloXpress Overview



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