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Hi all,

I was going through the ANSYS Multiphase models documentations and I was wondering if the user can influence the particle or bubble size for the VOF model, similar to how we can specify the diameter for the 2nd phase in Eulerian and Mixture model?

Without user input, does it mean that the particle size in VOF model is purely derived from the volume fraction equation?

Also, if there is no method for user input for particle size in VOF, is there any way to circumnavigate this issue without changing the multiphase model?
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