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Old   August 23, 2020, 13:41
Post Initial Values of Standard Initialization
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Hello all,

I am dealing with the VOF model with multiple inlets and multiple outlets model. I have a doubt regarding settings.

As I have a velocity inlet and pressure outlets. Basically, when I check my results after simulation the pressure at outlets should show as zero. But it is showing as 12000dyne/cm^2. My model has a very low velocity of around 0.0068cm/s. It should not have pressure at outlets in reality.

I am using a pressure drop expression at outlets. So, I cannot use hybrid initialization. But, in standard initialization, I see initial values very low. Might this be a problem?

I am not sure what is wrong! Please help me if you can? (Please excue me if my explanation is bad)

Thank you
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