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Old   December 17, 2008, 00:58
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I am new to openfoam and want to modeling capillary jet with it.I saw a solved example about capillary jet,any body have information about it?or Is there any where that I can download its files,or is it a tutorial of openfoam itself.which solver will be used to modeling surface capturing?
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Old   December 17, 2008, 08:12
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I am new to openfoam and want to modeling capillary jet with it.I saw a solved example about capillary jet,any body have information about it?or Is there any where that I can download its files,or is it a tutorial of openfoam itself.which solver will be used to modeling surface capturing?

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Old   January 27, 2009, 08:24
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hi friends,
I am attempting to model a wave tank . i like to capture the liquid height in the tank . for that ,i have applied 2 boundary conditions applied at free surface (kinematic and dynamic ) ... remaining walls are solid wall boundary conditions . i am doing formulations in FDM

still i am confusing to develope the code further .. Can i get any model code to solve this ? please ? ....
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