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Old   July 19, 2004, 05:33
Default PUMP air into the container
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Hai everyone.. I really appreciate if anyone can help me on this matter. I tried to simulate the pressure testing. My case is sound like this. I have a container(close container with open at the top). I'll fill up that container with the varies pressure from the top and measure the pressure on the container surface.

what type of analysis is this??? transient or something?

May be you have an example similar to this case..

I really appreciate your help..

Thank you in advance...

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Old   July 21, 2004, 09:48
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Set the container surface as a boundry,and moniting boundry behavior in output control/moniting engineering,and you can get it.
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