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Old   November 25, 2008, 10:39
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I'm using Eulerian multiphase model to simulate a gas-liquid multiphase flow field, the modality of fluid at the two outlets are all fully developed turbulent flow,so <outflow> boundary condition is the best choice,but I want to set the volume fraction at the outlets to make sure that the gas pour out just from one outlet and the liquid from the other . How can I carry that out? looking forward to a answer,thank you
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