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Old   December 2, 2003, 20:46
Default moving water from a chamber using air
Matt Mason
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I am looking for help in running an analysis of blowing water out of a flooded compartment (or chamber).

The chamber is initially filled with water, then an air source is used to blow the water out of the chamber.

How do I go about setting this up.

I am new user and I am able to run the analysis with air but not sure how to do both water and air.


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