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Old   May 8, 2003, 10:47
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I am just starting to use FLUENT for open channel flow computation.

Can anybody give me an introductory direction for the following points/quaries:

* how can I define a free surface which will change with time depending on pressure. * Inflow boundary is partially opened or water will be entering through a part of the inlet and not occupying the whole width of the channel. * how to use structured and unstructured grid ? * how to include solid particle movement.

Thank you advance for any help.


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