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how to simulate droplet formation due to two impinging jet streams?

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Old   January 21, 2020, 06:06
Default how to simulate droplet formation due to two impinging jet streams?
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I'm just at beginner level and I'm in need of this simulation model for my project. I have tried a vof model with DPM injection no accurate results are coming. I'm also confused on what to set boundary condition issue where injection velocity is the same as inlet velocity?
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This is quite a challenge. Look for the following thesis:


https://research.tue.nl/en/publicati...ents-and-simul


They had their own code.
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