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Old   November 18, 1999, 08:33
Default Discharging into infinate volume
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Priyal
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Hello

I'm trying to model the flow of a stream discharging into the sea on FLUENT 4.5 but I'm not sure of the simplest method to go about modeling this. I've tried setting it up as a 2D axisymetrical problem with one tiny inlet and one tiny outlet but this turned out to be simplyfied as the results showed that the sea just gets filled with the stream. I have to find a method that will include sea currents and would appreciate any sugestions.

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