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van March 20, 2006 01:31

mixture or eulerian
 
hi

iam modeling flow through horizontal pipe of 10m length of two immiscible liquids.can anyone suggerst me which model is more suitable mixture or eulerian. i read some papers by angeli she has mentioned about homogeneous model which is mixture model.so will the results differ like pressure gradient if i use eulerian model.


vamsi March 20, 2006 05:55

Re: mixture or eulerian
 
Hi

I dont have much knowledge. But mixture model assumes same pressure through out the domain, where as Eulerian model considers different pressures in the two phases. You can go to mixture model if u dont require individual considerations.


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