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Old   July 28, 2009, 07:17
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I am having to simulate pumping at the end of a pipeline flow I am studying. Does anyone have experience with this using STAR CCM+. I woudl apreciate you comments to lead me in the right direction.

I have tried specifying the boundary where the pump is meant to be as a stagnation inlet as well as trying to use it as a pressure outlet but the results I am getting seem incorrect/.

Thank you and I hope to get replies soon
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