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Default Inlet and Outlet condition depending on pressures
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Hi you all,

I'm trying to simulate a problem that consists on a volume with multiple channels. I want define random pressures on each of this channels so sometime the channel may act as an INLET and sometimes as an OUTLET but I want be able to know that a priori, so I would like to know if there is a boundary condition that will work for InletOutlet conditions.

I've seen pressureInletOutletVelocity boundary condition but I'm not sure if this will do the job, if so, how I do setup up U and P?

Moreover after knowing how to do that i would like to use interFoam to simulate multiphase, but I've already been working with it so I'm kind of familiar.

Thanks in advance you all!
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inlet, outlet, pressure, variable bc

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