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PCS August 9, 2008 06:21

free surface representation -- Urgent
 
I have a problem where in I have to show the free surface over a liquid which is being agitated from bottom( 2d model) gas injection.over the liquid surface there is air. How can I represent that in GAMBIT & Fluent.

JP August 11, 2008 09:05

Re: free surface representation -- Urgent
 
You can create a regular 2d mesh in Gambit. In Fluent, you can patch the bottom of the geometry (the liquid zone) with a liquid volume fraction of 1. VOF multiphase model can be used since you need to simulate the free surface. You can read the Fluent help file on how to patch a region.

YK August 14, 2008 02:24

Re: free surface representation -- Urgent
 
you can first adapt the region where you want water. then patch it..it will work.


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