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Old   April 18, 2007, 13:04
Default Mass conservation in two-phase VOF?
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Asghari
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How to consider continuity equation in fluent at two-phase VOF method?

div.(V)=0.0 (1)

Or

D/D(t){density}+div.(density*V)=0.0 (2)

I wrote a UDF for cheking whether equation (2) is true or no.

Would somebody like to recieve it and describe me why eq(2)wasn't true using the my UDF?

Thanks for any help.
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