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Old   October 18, 2013, 10:00
Default Change boundary type at certain level of pressure reached inside domain
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I would like to simulate the fluid passing through a mechanical fuse, I need to break (open the membrane) between two domains at specific pressure (membrane broke).


It is possible with OF?
it is possible with swak4foam?

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1- its possible with OpenFOAM (code stream)
2- its possible with swak4Foam (groovyBC in this third party is preferred)
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