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Old   March 13, 2013, 09:55
Default Flow over 10%bump with icoFoam
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Hey Foamers,

i'm trying to simulate a 3D flow over a bump and i'm a little confused with the boundaries.

I have an inlet,an outlet and a free surface which is parallel to the surface of the bump.

I've used inletOutlet for both inlet and outlet but i don't know which BC to use for the free surface for p and U.

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Maybe this thread:

Channel flow using InterFOAM

could help you.

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