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Old   November 24, 2021, 02:25
Default Boundary conditions for pressure in the interfom solver
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Hello!
My question is about computer modeling of the tank filling process. The geometry of the tank is depicted below. What kind of initial and boundary conditions should I specify in order to obtain the case when the pressure in the upper part of the tank (p1) is equal to 10^5 Pa (a constant value), and the pressure in the lower part (p2) is equal to zero (a constant value, providing vacuum conditions).
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