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Old   January 26, 2010, 15:37
Default How to model liquid droplets spayed in another liquid?
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Dear Friends,

I am modeling the spay of many small liquid droplets into another immiscible liquid (for example, emulsion of oil droplets into water), but I don't which model I should use in Fluent. So would anyone give me a suggetion? Thanks a lot.

By the way, if I only model the mixing of oil stream (not droplets) with water stream, can I use species transport without reaction to model it rather than using vof, i.e., defining two fluids with differnt physical properties in species transport panel? Can I use mixture or eularian multiphase models?

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Could anybody help on this? Thanks a lot!
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