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Old   June 8, 2021, 17:16
Default Applying a Pressure Boundary Condition on an Internal Face
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Hi All

I am trying to model a pump sump with a single vertical pump intake - In FLOW3D
The inflows are modelled as a momentum source

I want to set an outlet pressure boundary condition on the face of the STL that models the pump intake bellmouth

I cannot see how to do that
I would appreciate any pointers

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