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Old   June 8, 2010, 09:35
Default Free Surf Flow,expressions?
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Hello, to all!
I'd like to ask you if you could give me an idea how to write the expression about the model, shown on the picture.
CFX-pre, 2 phase - water H= 7.10m and air H=0.50m, total H of the model: 7.60m
Inlet BC : mass flow rate 37.18 m3/s
Outlet BC: mass flow rate 36m3/s
Spillway BC: mass flow rate 1.18 m3/s and h=0.10m
Well I am not sure if this information is enough, but I hope that it is clear what the model consist of .
Thank you very much for the cooperations!
Best regards!
P.S. Is it possible to set this CFX simulation without exspression? I mean to set the value of mass flow rate, volume fraction, pressuree,etc?
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