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Old   March 6, 2007, 16:41
Default How to model two-phase annular flow?
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Hi all,

Can anybody briefly describe the basic procedure of modeling two-phase annular pipe flow for me? What kind of inlet and outlet boundaries should be used? Is the initialization of flow field important? How to initilize the flow field with gas core and liquid film on wall? I am using Fluent and its VOF multiphase model. The flow might be turbulent. I just started to learn two-phase flow modeling using CFD. Any suggestion is appreciated. Please generously share your experience or any reference you think might be helpful.

Thanks a lot!

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