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Old   October 5, 2013, 16:17
Default 2D PLATE modeling
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I ‘m trying to modelize a 2D PLATE(/) with free surface on Fluent.

I insist on the fact that our problem deals with FLUENT and not GAMBIT. I already have modelized the geometry of the 2D PLATE on Gambit.

But now, I have a big problem with the boundary conditions on FLUENT. I ‘m using the VOF model (air/water), free surface. Our parameters (segregated, unsteady, k-epsylon, 2 inlets, 2 outflows)

Shall I use the Open Channel and how can we do that? I want to use velocity inlet but some people told us to use pressure inlet!! Somebody could explain why and the way of doing this???

Thank you very much.
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