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Old   November 6, 2008, 11:06
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Hello,
I am a new OpenFOAM user and by trying to make one step after the other i did a 2 phase calculation of water and air flow through a pipe based on the braking dam tutorial.
The pip was just filled with air at the beginning.
My calculation workes fine until the water reaches the outlet. There it was not able to pass and was reflected. The air passes .
The outlet bc is the same as in the braking Dam tutorial ( and i thought the difficult thing would be the Inlet bcs but they work well ).
What do i have to change to get the water out ?
Thanks for any help
Gernot
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