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Old   September 25, 2009, 16:45
Default modelling particle breakup due to rotary motion
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Hi all

I have a model to be analyzed to show the particle breakup at the outlet hole when the whole model is rotating. I have tried to use multiphase (air-primary,water-secondary) steady state VOF model in fluent by assuming the backflow water fraction as 0.05 and initializing with water volume fraction as 1 at the inlet.

BC.s to my model are:

At inlet, velocity to the mixture and water volume fraction is 1

wall - roatating

outlet- pressure outlet.


I wonder how to get the breakup though i could get some water film at the outlet walls ..

Thanks in advance

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