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Old   February 27, 2018, 13:55
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I'm modelling a cork with the following BC's.
two outlet's pressure-- 1 atm
pressure inside the cork-- 1.4 atm

How do I set up the pressure's in CFX? Which pressure BC should I select in domain setting tab?
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Old   February 27, 2018, 14:49
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the boundary conditions are as follows---

Two outlet's are at atmosphere, which pressure's to select? static or total?
Cork is compressed-- 1.481 [atm] pressure.
oxygen flows through it.
porosity-- 0.2
permeability-- 2E-10 [m^2]

How do I setup the pressure's for this problem?

Also, should I add oxygen source point inside the cork?
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