|January 24, 2011, 20:19||
Euler-Lagrangian momentum coupling
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I am doing some bubble tracking works with my project and I used Euler-Lagrangian method. However, I only have one-way coupling (fluid influence particles) implemented in the code. At the moment, I am trying to implement a two-way coupling between the fluid and particles with a momentum exchange from particles back on to the fluid.
I have looked at the icoLagrangainFoam, which has such moment exchange. I just wonder whether this is good place to start? Is there any other way to implement such momentum exchange?
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