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Old   March 29, 2019, 14:57
Default Multiphase airwater BC problem in InterFoam
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Hello everyone,

I have a problem running my multi-phase model (water, air) with two inlets using two different fixed fluid-velocities (water) and the interFoam solver (and I'm relatively new to openFoam). The turbulence model used is RAS - kOmegaSST.
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Old   March 31, 2019, 12:38
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I would try to specify a pressure at the outlet (prgh), and use pressureInletOutletVelocity at the outlet for U.
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