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Old   April 16, 2010, 09:50
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Hi everyone,

i am trying to simulate a droplet of water stuck in between two small chambers of air (in millimeter scale).. and i want to apply initial pressure at one of the chambers so that the droplet is pushed to the other chamber... how can i set up the initial pressure for that...

i already tried to initialize (solve-initialize-initialize) with higher gauge pressure at one chamber.. but i still see no movement. i can see the droplet is deforming little bit.. but not pushed.


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