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Old   May 13, 2013, 02:08
Default flow from water pipe leak to sand domain
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hi,
I am modeling the flow in pipe which is surrounded by soil. I am interested in finding the velocity flow between the leakage hole from water pipe to soil. But I am not able to see any flow transfer between two medium.

I am not sure where I went wrong as there is no flow occurring from solid to fluid medium?
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the following is my geometry.
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