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Old   July 21, 2012, 06:58
Default Defining pressure outlet boundary condition
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I'm trying to simulate the flow inside a separator which has two outlets
gas outlet at 17.2 bar and oil outlet at 17.3 bar
I need to know where I need to specify those pressure boundary conditions exactly?
and how to relate this to the operating pressure (in the operating condition), i.e. what will be the operating pressure if I used those two values?
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