|June 25, 2014, 10:53||
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i'm new here, so would be very thankful if you professonials would help me.
In my Ansys cfx Simulation i injected 10 micro meter water droplets (Euler-Lagrange methode) in a planar blade passage. I wanted to know if it is possible to define the droplet-density of the water droplets (material -> water) as a dynamic Expression of the current force from the surrounding Phase working on the water-droplets. If it is possible, how can i do this in Ansys cfx?
|June 25, 2014, 19:41||
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What do you mean by the "current force from the surrounding phase"? Do you mean the continuous phase pressure? Or the drag force on the droplet?
I would just give it a try and see if it works. It will tell you if you cannot do it. The list of available variables are in the CFX documentation reference manual.
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