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Old   May 13, 2013, 03:43
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I am modeling the water pipe leakage jetting towards wall with surrounding sand.

!) where the outlet should i define? The water pipe leakage hole? or the wall?? As i'm facing the problem of the water flow internal within the leakage hole. ---It is supposedly flow towards the sand then towards the wall, not internal glow.

2) I would like to study on erosion of wall. So how can i define the primary phase (water) flow with the sand hitting the wall??
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