|December 2, 2009, 09:34||
Setting the amount of water
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I have managed to simulate water entering a 3D cube from the upper side. I did this by specifying 0/alpha1 for the upper side of the cube as:
value uniform 1;
inletValue uniform 1;
The water flows into the cube. But how can I control how many liters or m³ per minute are released into the cube?
|December 2, 2009, 09:56||
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|December 2, 2009, 09:59||
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I propose "setField". In setField.dict you can specifiy a small cube filled with water - like in damBreak-Tutorial.
PS: Do I misunderstand the question?
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