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Old   July 26, 2017, 05:57
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Dear all,

I'm a student, and I'm now approaching to use OpenFoam to simulate the expansion of the air in a containment in low pressure conditions ( 100-1000 Pa).

This expansion due to the high pressure difference occurs in super sonic conditions inside the containment.

I just want to know if someone of you have ever approached such a problem, in order to have a better idea of how to start.

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Fabio
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