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Old   March 23, 2016, 13:44
Question A cone-shaped fluid inside a box-shaped domain
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I'm working on a 3D simulation of a Slump Test. It consists of a cone of fluid (fresh concrete) in a box-shaped domain (air). I've made the meshing and headed to the solution. So I've got 2 cell zones (the cone and the box) and, for boundary conditions, I've put the faces of the box as pressure outlet and the inferior face of the box as wall. In the solution, the cone (fluid, fresh concrete) was supposed to deform as the time passed by, but Fluent understands that the fluid is stuck inside the cone. How can I make Fluent understand that the cone is the fluid itself?

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