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Old   April 28, 2010, 00:56
Default triple contact line in Fluent
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Hi dear colleagues,
i want to know how does Fluent resolves the triple contact line singularity.

Lets say we have a tank that we are filling with liquid. So, the liquid interface is moving upward, as liquid is entering the tank. The gas velocity at the wall=0, like the liquid velocity at the wall. So how does the interafce moves at the point of contact with the wall????

I know that home-made codes using special treatement for this, but what about commercial codes like Fluent??

Thanks a lot
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This is a good question and it will be interesting to me too... I'll try to find smth but if anyone knows the answer- write here....
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