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Karthick August 26, 2004 01:18

Pouring water in a tank
 
I am trying to model the pouring of water in a tank, basically it is gravity involving flow. I am having a simple Cylinder, which is divided into 2 halves. The inlet is declared as pr outlet and top of the cylinder is patched with water and bottom domain is air. The common face is declared as interior. But the flow is not coming. I an using eulerian model.

Regards Karthick

Arash September 7, 2004 12:44

Re: Pouring water in a tank
 
You should use the Vof model.

Titiksh Patel September 7, 2004 13:17

Re: Pouring water in a tank
 
Hi

can u explain me your problem more clearly.. I am not able to understand it fully..It sounds like it is a free surface flow, so VOF is suggested. Go thro' FLUENT manuals as well (Multiphase Models)

Regards, Titiksh


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