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Old   September 3, 2007, 14:07
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Louisa
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hey guys,

is it possible to have a single point as the way of the fluid's entrance? i mean something like a source (2d situation). I am modelling pipe leackage and I am using as my domain the outside of the cross-section of the pipe. The leakage is at the top point of the circle and I only know the pressure with which the fluid enters the domain. Plus, how am i suppose to define that i am not interested in the inside of the circle? just define the circumference of the circle as wall b.c.? or should i somehow define it to be empty?

many thanks in advance, Louisa
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