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Old   November 16, 2006, 10:44
Default What kind of boundary?
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Nico
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Hello,

I have the following case: a tank (initially filled by air) is underwater, at t=0 water enters through an opening. It is the only opening air goes out thought the same area. What kind of boundary can I use? Will a pressure inlet handle air going out?

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Nico
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Old   November 16, 2006, 23:37
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i think you can pressure outlet Bc, since it allows in and out depends on preesure. where as incase of pressure inlet it is forcing the fluid to go in... i hope you got it..
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