|February 6, 2007, 15:39||
Multiphase reacting flow
Hello CFD gurus,
I want to simulate a reacting flow where the formation of new phases is a possibility.
Example: My domain is filled with 50% phase A and 50% phase B. At the free surface cells reactions are taking place and a phase C is formed.
Free surface shape is an important factor and it can include splashing etc.
1) (general) What multiphase method is best suited for this type of problem?
2) (specific) Will it be possible to use the VOF method since I will most likely not have any cells filled with phase C initially (and hence making the reconstruction of the free surface difficult)?
Thanks for your input.
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