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Old   May 23, 2005, 08:36
Default Modeling a diphasic flow
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francis
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What is the best model to modeling a diphasic jet? water drop + gas jet. Using fluent 6.2 I have a real problem to model a jet. to have good velocity and water concentration. in the tube the values are correct but when the fluid enter in the atmosphere I see a small speed on the first centimeter.

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Does someone have experiences in modelling diphasic flow? Does someone have examples? Thanks

best regards Francis_amblard@hotmail.com
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Old   May 29, 2005, 12:16
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est ce que le TCF est obligatoire pour les universitaires ayant une acceptation dans un etablissement francais pour avoir le visa d'etudes. merci d'avance
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