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Old   November 20, 2008, 07:03
Default Moving interface between water and air (vortex)
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Thomas Raes
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I currently study a vortex-effect flowrate regulator.The Inlet is fully immerged, the outlet is in air at Patm. thus a air column appear in it.

I would like to know how i could modelize the interface air/water.

To understand the device running: (page 2 )http://www.johnmeunier.com/lib/johnm...JD763xNFKX.pdf

Thanks for yours answers
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