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Old   October 6, 2012, 16:55
Default Constraint for volume of fluid?
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for my problem i want to investigate the menuiscus of a fluid between two horizontal (circular) plates under rotation in the absence of gravity. At the moment the fluid flows (because of the constant capillary driven force and the missing fluid constraint) horizontally outwards. For my problem I have a specific amount of a fluid. How can I constrain the volume of the fluid?

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