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Old   May 4, 2010, 21:09
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Hello everybody,

I work actually in a project for study the behaviour about mix between water and oil during rolling process. My part is like a triangle with two inlets in the little side and one outlet. One inlet is on the top and one is on the low of the side, in middle of inlets i want to introduce an openning boundary condition like CFX. At the moment is use an outlet-vent but i am not really sure that is better.

If you have a suggestion or more questions, tell me.


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