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Dear openfoam user and blastfoam user,

I have a case study which concerns the arc blast inside an electrical modular substation. To simulate the impact of the arc blast and the propagation of the pressure wave, i'm thinking of represent the arc blast power by TNT equivalent with the blastfoam solver (i have data of the arc blast energy).

The explosion will happen inside the substation. I'm creating the case from the 3Dbuilding workshop (external explosion) where the boudary condition for the outlet is zerogradient. So why not use the pressurewavetransmissive in this case?

Please help me by sharing your opinions and your experiences.

Many thanks!
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