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Old   November 9, 2006, 07:46
Default Two phase-sloshing problem
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Dear Friends,

Could any body will help me in setting up a problem to solve two phase sloshing problem. 1) Problem is to find out the pressure distribution on fuel tank inside walls while the vehicle is travelling at different speeds. I think problem is kind of transient situation.

2)Is it possible to find out the stresses developed in fuel tank walls.

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Narsim
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Dear Friends,

Could any body will help me in setting up a problem to solve two phase sloshing problem. 1) Problem is to find out the pressure distribution on fuel tank inside walls while the vehicle is travelling at different speeds. I think problem is kind of transient situation.

2)Is it possible to find out the stresses developed in fuel tank walls.

Advance thanks

Narsim
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