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Old   July 4, 2005, 23:36
Default open channel flow boundary conditions
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Is anybody familiar with the Fluent open channel flow? I want to simulate the flow of water in the horizontal open channel by using the vof model But I am not sure if I choose the open channel flow option, do I need to specify the top boundary condition or not? In fact, it should be a free surface. Can someone give me some suggestions on that?


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