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Old   March 25, 2014, 13:26
Default Modelling air-water flow in a pipe
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Hello, a pleasure to meet you all!

I'm currently trying to run a simulation on Fluent using the VOF model with ke turbulence.

I wish to create slugging flow in a pipe were there is two inputs at the entrance (water in one input and air in another). They should then mix over the length of the pipe and create slugs?

I'm having issues setting the boundary conditions for the velocity-input's

Is there a better way to do this? Or a better way to create slug flow?

Sorry for the questions as I am a novice at this.

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