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Old   January 22, 2008, 02:20
Default Wall deposition of liquid droplets
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Hello guys!I have a question about wall boundary condition. My problem setup is multiphase (continuous vapor and dispersed droplets).I want to use wall deposition (for liquid) but I don't know how.I saw from CFX help that it is possible for algebraic slip model but ASM is not applicable to my setup(large slip). Do you have any suggestion how can I make the liquid droplet stick or "go out of the domain" when it hits the wall using two fluid model? Also, I've been trying to search CFX docu what happens to liquid droplet when it hits the wall but to no avail. Please help me.

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