|June 20, 2014, 14:45||
Viscosity when liquid turns to solid ??
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I've got some troubles when using the "solidification and melting mode" in Fluent.
I'm simulating an ice melting and solidification and I was wondering if it is possible to give an infinite value to the viscosity once it becomes solid because the "solidification and melting" mode keeps the same viscosity value wheter it is an ice or water..... which is not true.
any suggestion would be appreciated
thanks a lot
|amg, floating point exception, ice, temperature, viscosity multiphase|
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