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Old   March 25, 2017, 05:31
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Dear friends,
I am new to fluent. I am going to model wind effect on water surface in a open channel flow.I am using VOF model and pressure inlet outlet for water, I don't know which kind of boundary condition should be used for wind.
Is there any way for modeling wind surface tension on water surface instead of modeling wind effect through UDF?
thanks alot.
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