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Andreas November 5, 2002 05:10

which cfd-code is suitable?
 
Hi,

I just started working on this and maybe somebody could give me a hint which code to use. I want to simulate a free surface flow with at least two phases (going up to liquid/liquid/gas) over a plate including surface tension and wall contact angle. This still maybe getting more complicated (in geometry) in future.

Thank you for any reply

Andreas

cheetah November 5, 2002 09:14

Re: which cfd-code is suitable?
 
I think the code must have some merits in catch the free surface. And the methods,such as PIC, MAC,FLIC, VOF, may be fit for you.

Holidays November 5, 2002 14:28

Re: which cfd-code is suitable?
 
Hi Andreas,

You may want to speak to people in CFX Berlin office, an offspring on Munich office, since you are near. The code can handle what you describe so far. Check www.cfx.aeat.com.

Regards


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