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Old   June 9, 2009, 03:49
Default multiphase flow VOF model set up
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Hello all,

I am new in CFD and Using Fluent 6.23. I want to simulate water entry of wedge shape section (2D). I attached my mesh and boundary conditions. Due to symmetrical wedge, I only would like to simulate half section of wedge. The boundary conditions are as follows:

* Constant velocity inlet at the bottom of the domain
* At the top of the domain a pressure boundary set at atmospheric pressure
* Body and far wall of the domain define wall boundary conditions with free sleep
*Geometrical Symmetry about the center line

I want to use VOF model for free surface simulation.

Although I read the Fluent's document and tried some tutorials related to VOF model but I am not able to make set-up.

Can anyone help me how to set-up this problem in Fluent?


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