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Old   January 28, 2014, 11:33
Default Water-Air modeling in a vertical closed-end pipe
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I have problem in modeling water-air mixture during a transient flow in a closed-end pipe. It is a simple model from geometry point of view. I want to see water surface oscillation in air compression. How can I define the inlet boundary condition? Every time I see the "floating point exception" error when I run it!
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