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Old   July 28, 2014, 06:45
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Problem: Big tank with number of transient submerged jets (velocity changing with time). one approach is to model each inlet jet area and mesh it and give time varying inlet condition. But other approach can be point source having momentum and mass source term. It will be easy to model and will take less time. Can someone help me how to go about this...
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