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Old   November 14, 2012, 04:51
Post Oil Water flow- VOF modelling
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Hello Everyone
I am working on OIL WATER multiphase flow in inclined pipelines.
I need to do simulation on it. In my knowledge VOF model would be appropriate for it, but I am unable to get result for two phase flow
it show for only single phase and i think i am making mistake in initializing it.

Please help me in it,
Thanks in Advance

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Old   November 18, 2012, 06:15
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Hello Wasif,

you can do this simulation using VOF model in the fluent. The tutorial # 20 can guide to u well if u r using Ansys 14. I would suggest u to go through the old tutorial of VOF models (Spinning Bowl with two different fluids) in Fluent 6.1
I hope ur issue would be resolved.


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