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Old   January 30, 2020, 09:25
Question Boundrys with dsmcFoam+
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I am new to Openfoam and am trying to solve a flow through a canal into vacuum. I am using dsmcFoam+ with the 2.4.0 MNF release. My case is an asymmetrical thin and long canal.

In the folder src/lagrangian/dsmc/boundaries/derived... I can find some files. Are those the ones being used within the dsmcFoam+ solver?

How can i see what syntax I have to use for my case?

Concretely I would like to use a inlet mass flow and an outlet condition witch simulates the vacuum of space.
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boudary condition, dsmcfoam+, monte-carlo, vacuum case

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