|October 5, 2010, 14:14||
Water/Air Interface in Ansys-Fluent CFDS
Join Date: May 2010
Location: South Florida
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I'm working on my senior design project right now. The project is to build a seaplane model with a reduced take-off time. We are currently considering an air-lubricated hull form.
I have intermediate skills in Ansys-Fluent and wanted to try to model the drag reduction in Fluent, but I cant see how I would inject air in to a simulation of water.
Has anyone every done anything like this? In any CFD program?
|air, cfd, fluent, lubrication|
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