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Old   October 29, 2002, 12:14
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Pravesh kumar
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hi I am using eulerian model.As in my domain air and water are coming in from the top (Boundary condition-Velocity inlet).I have to input the volume fraction of secondary phase and dia of secondary phase . 1.Which volume fraction i have to input .Is it fraction of water in air-water mix.As air and water have different velocities so it will not remain same as the phase with high velocity will not permit the phase with low velocity to come in. 2.I have to input the dia of secondary phase (ie water) Which dia is it?

Thanks in advance. waiting for reply Pravesh

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Old   October 29, 2002, 13:12
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your secondary phase is the dispersed one. The diameter gives info about how the dispersed phase is distributed.

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Old   October 29, 2002, 15:14
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Hi But from where i will input the value of diameter before solution. It asks for dia of secondary phase. Thanks for reply

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