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May 30, 2022 at 7:25 pmAhmad2529SubscriberGood Day! Community,
I am stuck at creating boundary conditions for studying the effect of different pump parameters on cavitation using cryogenic materials, can anyone lead me to in the right direction of how one should model and apply boundary condition for studying these phenomena.
Any literature leads would also be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
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