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Old   June 6, 2011, 22:32
Unhappy Geomtery for Hydroplanning Simulation
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Hi all,

I have to calculate forces (Lift and drag) on moving tire of the car due to dynamic hydroplanning. The problem is that it involves multiphase flow (Air + Water) and I am new to this field and stuck withe geometery creation for the above problem.So, I have following questions ;

1-How to create two inlets one for (Air and other for Water)
2-Can we split the enclosure lets say in two parts upper and lower so that It can create two Inlets?if so how to do that?

Appreciate your suggesions.
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