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Old   May 25, 2010, 10:45
Default Influence of dynamic shrinkage on pressure calculation
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Hi All,

I have two almost identical calculations. The only difference is one is calculated with the dynamic shrinkage model the other without shrinkage. Both calculation show different pressure - from the very first step till the end (see attached images). Can anybody explain me this?

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Gravity pointed in another direction than the initial hydrostatic pressure. That seemd to be the reason for this strange behaviour.
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