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Old   June 14, 2010, 04:32
Default Can I simulate a Multiphasic flow with FlowEFD?
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Can FlowEFD simulate a mixsure of liq and gas?...(properlly as fluent).
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Old   September 1, 2010, 03:00
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Hi Matteo,

No, FloEFD/FloWorks or FlowSimulation as it is called now cannot calculate two phase flow like a river or puring water out of a bucket. But if the application is about cavitation where you will have some bubbles of vaporized water that will collapse and damage you geometry you can calculate it with FloEFD and very accurately.

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