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Old   April 1, 2019, 09:07
Default Modelling of water intake
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Dear Fluent users,

I am modelling a reservoir lake with multi-phase properties (water+air).
There has to be a water intake structure to withdraw water from the reservoir lake. The velocity of the water to be withdrawn is known, the velocity coming in to the reservoir is known and I should choose appropriate boundary types for my problem. I have chosen velocity inlet for the water inlet boundary. My question is what should be the boundary type for the water intake surface?

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multiphase, outlet, pressure outlet, velocity inlet, water intake

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