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Old   April 1, 2005, 03:19
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Ravi Raju
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Hi As per example in fluent tutorial (About spinning bowl) it has only one pressure inlet, but there is no pressure outlet for that particular problem and the water level is patched for some particular area.But iam trying to simulate the condition in a spinning bowl where there is a pressure inlet,from which water is in given with certain pressure and there is pressure oulet boundary condition from which the given water flows out. we have experimental data on the flux report to the pressure outlet.But when we trying to simulate the same conditions ,the problem we are facing is, the flux reports are coming 9 to 10 times more,when we taking water as a phase.But when we are taking air as phase,our results are matching.But the problem we are facing is that the experimental data which we have done is with water. I want your suggestion regarding which models i have to adopt to slove my problem
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