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Old   November 29, 2010, 11:03
Default one cuestion about interDyMFoam VOF equations
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Hello, any body know if in interDyMFoam, both fluids are considered as a single fluid through the domain and they are treated with the same equations or the volume fraction equations are solved separately for each phase

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It solves for the velocities of both fluids at once.

You can see a muEff in the Ueqn.H file which is a field wide mu, and a field wide rho in alphaEqnSubCycle.H. Also there's only one Ueqn and one p_rghEqn. The alpha1 solve is a little more complicated, but you can see it in alphaEqn.H.
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