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Old   July 29, 2008, 09:38
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My simulation consists in a pipe linked to a displacement pump. Inside my pipe existing air and I am studying the behaviour of the interface related to a water film flowing inside the pipe. My problem is that I have a dispalcament pump so that the only thing I know is the volume removal but not the phase split. Does anyone know how to simulate such a boundary condition on my surface (without specified any condition related to each phase) with CFX 11?

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