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Old   July 5, 2018, 02:43
Default Cavitation over a spillway
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Hi. Can you tell me where should I set the absolute pressure. I am trying to model cavitation over a spillway. I activated Air entrainment, cavitation, density evaluation, drift-flux, gravity and non-inertial reference frame, viscosity and turbulance. My boundary conditions are
- Xmin: Specified pressure, stagnation pressure, use fluid elevation.
- Xmax: Outflow
- Y Min: Wall
- Y Max: Symmetry
- Z Min: Wall
- Z Max: Symmetry

My initial conditions t=0, and the prepin.* file are on the file attached

Thanks for your help
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Last edited by chostov; July 9, 2018 at 16:27. Reason: Asking about the whole problem
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