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Old   March 13, 2010, 01:39
Default how to give boundary conditions( primitive boundary field)
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i am doing acoustic analysis of a combustion chamber. i have three differential equations relating acoustic pressure, velocity and density (got by mass, momentum and energy equations after deducting from steady state equations, the actual equations).
now i have to solve these equation using openfoam with appropriate boundary conditions. At the burning surface , i have a relation between normal acoustic velocity and acoustic pressure, as P-dess/V-dess=constant. How to implement this boundary condition in openfoam syntax. Please help me.

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