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Old   January 10, 2006, 10:53
Default Cavitation with CFX
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I'm using CFX 10.0 to model cavitation in a diverging and converging gap. I use the model already implented in CFX. But I got a strange result: I have a pressure rise (in the converging gap) even if I don't have 100% of liquid in my domain! Is that normal? Also is it possible to implement a user defined model which is not based on the mass transfer rate? Thanks,

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