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Old   October 6, 2008, 07:09
Default Air Bubble simulation
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hello everyone,

when we do a simulation with air and water mixing and we define air as a dispersed medium with a particle diameter, is it possibe to see the air bubbles in the post processing like how we see the bubble in the real experiments.if so how can i visulise the air bubbles.

thanks in advance. cheers raj
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Old   October 6, 2008, 22:53
Default Re: Air Bubble simulation
Glenn Horrocks
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In a eularian simulation the bubbles are represented as a volume or mass fraction. In a lagrangian simulation the bubbles are particle tracks. Both can be displayed in CFX-Post, have a look in the tutorial manual for relevant examples.

Glenn Horrocks
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