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Old   December 9, 2010, 08:53
Default Need Help on boundary condition in Multi-Phase flow
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I want to simulate the flow when Argon-Gas is blown from the bottom in to furnace with molten steel. When the Argon gas reaches the top it has to escape with flotation velocity and for the molten steel the Boundary condition should be Symmetry.

I am considering both molten steel and argon gas as continuous fluids.

Is it possible to specify this kind of boundary condition directly in CFX??

If I consider Argon gas as dispersed fluid then there is degassing B.C. option is available in CFX....
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