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Old   February 1, 2000, 13:00
Default Why? Preferred droplet track in Two-Phase flows
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Maurice Kettner
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We have analized droplet tracks with the Lagrange model in Star-CD and we have found a preferred direction of the moving droplets, which fly vantaged through cellcenters and avoid crossing cellborders if there is a small angle between droplet motion and cell orientation. What is the reason for this effect? Thank you for your help. Maurice
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Old   February 1, 2000, 14:01
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Sergei Chernyshenko
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Hi, Maurice,

>What is the reason for this effect?

I do not know. But this effect is a good reason to try another software .

Star-CD should have a support team. Did you ask them?

Sergei
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Old   February 1, 2000, 15:08
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John Law
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I think you will get better response by posting this in STAR-CD forum. Also it's always goog idea talking to the STAR-CD vendor directly.
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