|July 22, 2012, 09:34||
modelling atomization process
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i want to modell an atomization process. I have got a nozzle with high-speed water (isotherm) and i want to simulate the water breakup process outside the nozzle. Is this possible in Fluent.
What is more appropriate. An Euler-Euler Modell (VOF, Mixture, Euler) Or an Euler-Lagrange Modell (DPM). Does anyone have experience and can help me?
|July 30, 2012, 00:11||
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There is an spray model in fluent. Yes, it models breakup. Also you can use injection panel if you want to have a simple model of injection.
Ansys Fluent CFD Consultant
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