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Old   October 13, 2014, 02:18
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For CFD simulations using dynamic contact angle, I am not understand how I have to define dynamic contact angle in fluent when I select wall adhesion panel. If anybody have UDF for dynamic contact angle( only for reference) to give to me So I can try to use in my VOF modeling.

In some your paper, I have seen some of results with considering static angle which I understand but I am not understand results with considering dynamic contact angle. Please tell me how I can defined dynamic contact angle in my model. I would be very happy if I got some help from your side.

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