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Old   October 7, 2013, 03:39
Default FLUENT-falling water in a tank filled with air
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Hello everyone

I saw this video on youtube and I'm pretty interesting to do something very similar to it.

I'm new to double phase simulations and would need some help on how the grid is made and then how the boundary conditions are set.

Probably the meshing must be 2 circle meshes (contain the water) in another bigger mesh which contains air. How can I set a grid containing water and then dropping down?
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