|September 18, 2012, 08:14||
Velocity profile for fluid partially filled in pipe
Rohit kumar Mittal
Join Date: Sep 2012
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I would be a great thankful to those who will help me in solving out this problem-
How to get the velocity and pressure profile for liquid flowing through the pipe which is half filled??????? how shall we do modelling and meshing for it also?
|September 19, 2012, 01:44||
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Why don't you do a second simulation of just a long pipe? Use some arbitrary boundary conditions at the inlet and at the outlet you will get a correct profile. That's what I do to get correct profiles for single phase pipes.
Sounds like the perfect spot for the VOF multiphase model, right?
No idea. I think it will be necessary to refine the grid along the water / air surface, right?
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