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Old   August 20, 2020, 18:53
Question Can "plain orifice atomizer" be set in a different position rather than the axis?
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I am actually trying to validate one of the previous work where authors simulated a 2D axisymmetric model of a combustion chamber where they used plain orifice atomizer model to inject water droplets in different positions. However, I came to know that orifice models need to be set on the axis only, not in other positions. There is also an error indicating 'injection must be set on axis". This is conflicting with the previous work that I am trying to follow.

Is there any way to put injection on different locations? Or if I use group or surface injection setting instead of the orifice will the result going to be same?

Your help would be much appreciated. Thank you.
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