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Hi, dear all,

I am doing fluid structure interaction(kidding?not, i am serious)

I have a open chamber, which means it have a inlet and one outlet, and i apply the inlet as a velocity profile, outlet with pressure =zero.

I can get the correct result, in terms of velocity, however, the pressure is incorrect.

So how do people correct the pressure in fluid structure interaction?

common sense is allowed in this thread.
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