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Old   July 1, 2010, 12:30
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I want to simulate a centrifugal pump.
I have read the paper "Numerical Simulation of the Dynamic Effects Due to Impeller-Volute Interaction in a Centrifugal Pump" where the boundary conditions is : total pressure at the inlet and a variable static pressure proportional to the kinetic energy at the outlet. How can I do that ?


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