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 January 20, 1999, 13:58 Numerical method for free surface flow? #1 Oleg Melnik Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, I am looking for a numerical method to simulate the shape of a free surface of extremely viscous fluid outflowing from a conduit to a surface. The problem is unsteady, axe-symmetric, fluid is incompressible, with variable viscosity (function of pressure). The inertia terms are negligible. Any references or code samples are welcome. Best regards, Oleg

 January 21, 1999, 11:05 Re: Numerical method for free surface flow? #2 Essemiani Guest   Posts: n/a have look an the Volume Of Fluid method implemented in fluent code , see the theoretical guide , with this approache , you take into account the deformation of the surface karim

 January 21, 1999, 14:59 Re: Numerical method for free surface flow? #3 Shigunov Guest   Posts: n/a See: Kelecy&Pletcher (1997) J. Comput. Phys. 138: 939-980

 January 22, 1999, 00:41 Re: Numerical method for free surface flow? #4 Nur Ikhwan Guest   Posts: n/a You can also have look at FLOW3D. Its input variable, ITB, NMAT, PVOID, can be directed for free surface simulation.

 January 22, 1999, 06:28 Re: Numerical method for free surface flow? #5 Dr. Tanmay Sarkar Guest   Posts: n/a The book Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics by Ferziger & Peric have a nice chapter on this topic. All recent references are also in it. Tanmay

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