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Old   December 30, 2008, 22:08
Default Lubricant oil, two phase flow
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Rikio
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Hi, all,

I am trying to do a simulation within CFX 10.0. The lubricant oil flows in a center housing. And there are two fluids, oil and air. Some of the passages are big, and some of them are very slivery gaps. Therefore, I can not decide the morphology of fluids, continuous or dispersed? Maybe oil in large space is dispersed, and air is discontinuous in slivery gaps. How to determine the multiphase flow models in CFX?

Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you...

Rikio
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