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fevi84 May 15, 2012 15:13

multi-fluid VOF model
 
I want simulating the slug flow, this flow is composed of a Taylor bubble flowing in water with small bubbles dispersed. So i have three phases: first phase is liquid (water), secondary phase is the air in the Taylor bubble(for which i need reconstructing of the interface) and the last secondary phase is the air in the small bubble (dispersed in the liquid)

I'm using the Eulerian model with multi-fluid VOF explicit (Explict due to have available the geo-reconstruction method for interface)

Someone know how introduce the dispersed phase in the explicit Eulerian model using multi-fluid VOF available in the Fleunt 14 (I think that is available in Fluent 13 too)

Thank you!!

sfotovati September 6, 2013 16:28

Suppose your liquid phase is the secondary phase, go to Phases, select the secondary phase, and edit. on the properties, you can define the disperse properties.

masoud.ravan June 23, 2017 02:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by fevi84 (Post 361274)
I want simulating the slug flow, this flow is composed of a Taylor bubble flowing in water with small bubbles dispersed. So i have three phases: first phase is liquid (water), secondary phase is the air in the Taylor bubble(for which i need reconstructing of the interface) and the last secondary phase is the air in the small bubble (dispersed in the liquid)

I'm using the Eulerian model with multi-fluid VOF explicit (Explict due to have available the geo-reconstruction method for interface)

Someone know how introduce the dispersed phase in the explicit Eulerian model using multi-fluid VOF available in the Fleunt 14 (I think that is available in Fluent 13 too)

Thank you!!

Hi
I have the same problem
Did anyone know how to use MultiFluid VOF in the Eulerian model??
Thanks in Advance


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