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Old   November 11, 2015, 15:29
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I'm attempting to model a large vertical column of liquid with bubbles rising up the middle. Atmosphere is at the top of the water column. I don't want to make the side boundaries a wall with zero velocity. I would like to allow natural flow through the sides as determined by entrainment. Is it possible to set up a hydrostatic pressure boundary condition and allow for some outflow velocity?
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