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Old   October 24, 2017, 04:34
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I want to model a water domain inside a lake with intake and discharge pipe.
The domain has a linear density gradient and gravity model. The problem is, in my model the lake water is falling down because of the gravity effect.

How to set up the opening BC to prevent the water "falling down" because of the gravity effect?

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buoyancy, cfx, gravity driven, opening boundary

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