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 December 1, 2005, 07:56 regarding multiphase flows #1 Rashmi Guest   Posts: n/a hi all iam simulating 2phase flow(water-oil).i have some queries: 1. is it necessary to use axissymmetric or can work with 3D? 2. while calculating the turbulent intensity we have to consider the density, viscosity and velocity of the mixture or only the water.( while specifying boundary conditions for inlet using water in drop down list ). 3.for fluid in boundary conditions panel should we use the stationary or moving reference frame.? 4.while plotting the contours how can we fix the scale of the countors for example for volume fraction of oil i want the scale from 0 to 1. any suggestions are most welcome and appreciated Regards Rashmi

 December 1, 2005, 09:28 Re: regarding multiphase flows #2 HS Guest   Posts: n/a 4.) turn off auto scale and write 0 as min and 1 as max in the countours plot panel

 December 2, 2005, 08:13 Re: regarding multiphase flows #3 Vijay Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, Which multiphase fow model are you using? Eulerian/VOF etc. VJ.

 December 3, 2005, 05:39 Re: regarding multiphase flows #4 Rashmi Guest   Posts: n/a hi iam using eulerian,dispersed, k-e 2 eqn, stantard wall treatment.

 December 3, 2005, 15:59 Re: regarding multiphase flows #5 Krishna Podila Guest   Posts: n/a Dispersed k-e model is good. Its perfect. Are u working on bubbly pipe flows? Whose dat set are u validating? KP

 December 4, 2005, 23:07 Re: regarding multiphase flows #6 Rashmi Guest   Posts: n/a yes iam using the dispersed k-e model..but iam not getting results. iam monitoring the oil/water fraction in one plane but the volume fraction is constant through out that plane in all the iterations. dont know y the pressure is varying from -ve to +ve... iam validating my supervoisers experimental data.she has done with cfx and experiment but her results are not in very good agreement with her experimental one.

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