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Old   February 3, 2008, 09:45
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I have created a case to simulate oil drop formation from a needle at the centre of a slab (water) in 2D.

I am unsure about the settings that I have inputted (e.g. mesh, boundary conditions and the t0 step pd, U etc.)

I want my 'pipeout' to be atmospheric.

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Advice please.

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