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mvee November 24, 2007 06:13

eulerian model
 
Hi I want to know @ eulerian model. Can it be used to analyze gas-liquid flow? for which regime (stratified, bubbly, slug, annular etc.) can it be useful? From the fluent literature i understand that eulerian model is used only for fluid solid and fluid fluid type.

thanking you, mvee

lurk December 6, 2007 12:47

Re: eulerian model
 
a gas is also a fluid. i have used the eulerian model a bit, but it's quite complex. if you are going to see the different phases the best thing is to use VOF and the geo-recon scheem. in this model you can define the surface tension. regards lurk


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