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Old   November 11, 2019, 18:50
Default InterFoam and Rayleigh Breakup
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I want to simulate the case proposed at ""
I attached the Geometry here .
They mentioned that the inside Gas is CO2 and its Pressurised @ 60 bar.the fluid that injected in the domain is water . for Simulating this case in openFoam , i had trouble in assigning boundary conditions. the walls and inlets are clear to me . but they used Neumann for outlet and its complicated for me. how should i apply 60bar for this (which boundary conditions should i use ?)
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