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Old   September 14, 2010, 03:40
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Dear CFX-users,

I hope that somebody have an idea to give me a hint.
I tried to induce in a pipe (e.g. 10m) at a certain location (e.g. 8m) a pressure drop of 0,2Bar.

In reallity this drop is caused by a balk, which a don`t want to simulate.

How can a manage this problem? I read in the manual the option that there is a possibility by adding a source term in the conservation equations.

Does anybody have an idea how to solve that problem?
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