|August 2, 2012, 21:43||
Two pressure outlets, no inlet???
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Is it possible to have a situation where you define two pressure outlets but no inlets?
For example, I have a tube filled with stationary fluid open at both ends. Initially there is no flow.
I then compress the tube in the middle so that flow exits the ends of the tube. I then release the tube so that there is flow back into the tube.
Sounds like a simple model but the BC are killing me!
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