|April 28, 2012, 06:16||
How to simulate an aqueous foam injected into a newtonian fluid?
Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Sydney, Australia
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I am currently facing a problem of simulating an aqueous foam injected into a pipe filled with a newtonian fluid. The attached file represents my case. This is a liquid injecting into the pipe.
I must take into account of the number of bubbles inside the foam or the air-volume fraction inside the foam.
Has anyone came across how to work out this simulation? I am currently using ANSYS-FLUENT V13.0.
Many thanks in advance.
|aqueous foam simulation|
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