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Old   March 8, 2010, 23:46
Default break-up model tutorial (for liquid octane injection)
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Does anyone know of any turial that goes through explaining the basics of the break-up model? I want to have liquid octane injection at a certain pressure.
I know the dynamics/multi-phase of injection is very complex, but for now, I am looking at getting an average speed of the resulting spray.
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Old   March 9, 2010, 05:29
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You will have to talk to CFX support for an example of breakup models. As for basic spray breakup modelling, try your local uni library and journals. Rietz is a key author in the field so that might be a good starting point - in the CFX documentation they reference his work for at least one of the breakup models in CFX so start by tracking that paper down.
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