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Old   July 6, 2007, 06:21
Default How to get 'rho*g*h' effect of domain with P(h)
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Hi, Can someone please guide me how to define the water based domain where the pressure is varying with depth as well. If I want to simulate a domain in which P= Pstatic + Pdynamic+ rho*g*h. Problem is that normally third term in neglected in Aerodynamics but is very critical in Hydrodynamics. How can I implement that in Fluent? The boundary profile UDF does not work as I have tried that. Thanks Endee
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Old   July 9, 2007, 01:37
Default Re: How to get 'rho*g*h' effect of domain with P(h
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once u define gravity Fluent automaticall takes that term into account.. so u need not worry about that... u can try a simple case like a velocity of efflux case.

so just define gravity appropiately.
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