|September 22, 2013, 03:15||
Mixing of water and gas ?
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Currently, I'm doing my research on the bullheading in petroleum industry. I wanted to simulate the mixing of water and gas by making the two medium in contact. In other words, the 2 fluid having a certain velocity and pressure coming from a different direction in a tubing/piping. Generally, when the water and gas hits, bubble will be produce.
My objective is to determine the volume fraction between the two fluid after contact. However, i could not get the right results after the simulation. Any suggestion/tips to solving this problem?thanks.
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