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Old   July 16, 2020, 10:14
Default Water Cleaning - SpillWay - scalarTransport
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Hi everyone !

I'm new in OpenFoam and I try to do a simple model of a spillway overflowing when I inject some clean water and to see the mixing. I'm using interFoam and the scalarTransport equation with the parameter s for the concentration.

First I suppose that the water is dirty inside the spillway (s=10), and I inject a clean water (s=0) with a flowrate known. During the visualization we can see the dirty water overflowing as I wanted but it's stopping rapidly as if clean water is not injected.

Have you any idea ?
I really will appreciate some help !

Thank you in advance
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