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Old   May 14, 2004, 12:40
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Zaher
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Hi users,, I am using CFX 5.6 and I am simulating sloshing. I have a tank with 2 m in length and 2 m in diameter with a baffle inside it (to be set on a truck). The baffle has two openings, one in the top and the other in the bottom. I did't draw the walls, I just draw the fluid domain. I defined the baffle as a space (I imported it from Autocad). Then, I defined a mixture as my fluid ( air at 25 C and water at 25 C) with an approperiate mass fractions. After that I defined the bounding surfaces as walls and gave them a velocity with respect to time (transient) to simulate the tanker movement. However, I got negative pressure on the baffle and even inside the domain. So do you think that my simulation is rong??? Thanx in advannce,,,, Zaher

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Old   May 23, 2004, 01:45
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See my reply to your previous post below....
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