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Old   August 2, 2004, 21:45
Default Boundary condition, UDF, Wave simulation
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Hi everyone.

In simulation of wave by Fluent:


I use a sinuous pressure UDF for inlet (is it correct?) but I do not know which boundary condition is the best for outlet (of air or water or both of them)

Is it possible in Fluent that water head at inlet is changed?

Please direct me (in selection of boundary condition at inlet and outlet)

Thanks for advance.
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