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Old   November 11, 2010, 11:14
Default Modeling internal and external flow for a nozzle
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I have only been using ANSYS 12.1 for a few weeks and I'm running into trouble. I would like to model the flow of water internally and externally in a simple axisymmetric nozzle. I don't have any trouble modeling the internal flow with ANSYS Workbench (in combination with CFX) but have no idea how to model the external flow. I am interested in determining the spray pattern of the water as it exits the nozzle. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could model this situation? Thank you.
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Hi there,
similar work using FLUENT has been reported, title " Modeling the disintegration of cavitating turbulent liquid jets using a novel VOF–CIMD approach"

Link: doi:10.1016/j.ces.2010.01.006
not sure if this is what you are looking for.

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I have only been using ANSYS 12.1 for a few weeks and I'm running into trouble. I would like to model the flow of water internally and externally in a simple axisymmetric nozzle. I don't have any trouble modeling the internal flow with ANSYS Workbench (in combination with CFX) but have no idea how to model the external flow. I am interested in determining the spray pattern of the water as it exits the nozzle. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could model this situation? Thank you.
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