|July 6, 2010, 09:33||
phase fraction part of domain
Join Date: Nov 2009
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When using the interFoam family of solvers (OpenFOAM v1.6) the liquid volume phase fraction alpha1 is printed at every time step. I was wondering if there is an easy routine to extract the phase fraction of a part of the domain.
For instance with binary droplet collision, is it possible to obtain the volume of a hypothetical satellite droplet after (head-on) collision?
edit: By the way, don't propose using the multiphaseInterFoam solver, since the computational results of this solver is fundamentally different from the interFoam solver ?due to? other interface compression schemes
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