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Old   January 24, 2010, 12:44
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Mohammad Zakerzadeh
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Hello everyone!
I use interfoam to simulate nanodroplets with VOF. I need to model the droplets boundary exactly( e.g sircular) and sharp(without the general gradiant in the contact edge between two phase as usual in VOF).
Is there a way to solve this problem or I should use deforming mesh?

Thenks alot.
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