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Old   March 23, 2013, 04:08
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I try to simulate simple issue. There is a cavity, which is divided into 2 parts by an internal baffle. One of the parts is filled by a liquid with higher density than other one. The Internal baffle is retractable. There is a law of its moving (from experiment). After baffle move begin, liquids begin to mix. Can you give me advice how to realize in openfoam the boundary condition like described above baffle.

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Hey Alexander, did you manage to realize this?
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I am looking to set up a simulation that requires this same type of boundary condition. Did you get anywhere with this in openfoam?

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I try to simulate simple issue. There is a cavity, which is divided into 2 parts by an internal baffle. One of the parts is filled by a liquid with higher density than other one. The Internal baffle is retractable. There is a law of its moving (from experiment). After baffle move begin, liquids begin to mix. Can you give me advice how to realize in openfoam the boundary condition like described above baffle.

Thanks in advance
hi,can setFieldsDict in /system can deal with this problem?
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