|April 30, 2015, 15:44||
Boundary condition for pressure wave simulation
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I'm working in a simulation of an exploding tank:
The domain consists in two concentrical circles. The small one, in the middle, represents the tank and is set as pressure-inlet, with an UDF.
The goal is to see how the wave moves over time.
My concrete question is what boundary condition should i use for the outlet (bigger circle).
My first idea was to use pressure-outlet with gauge pressure = 0, but i'm not sure if that's OK, because that pressure may change when the wave arrives.
I can't use outflow (according to the help, it can't be used with pres-inlet)
I hope someone can help me!
Thanks in advance and please excuse my english.
|boundary condition, pressure outlet, wave|
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