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Old   December 29, 2012, 08:39
Question Help with deformable object inside a static grid
Hanniel Freitas
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In my master thesis I need to simulate the turbulent mass transfer os solute from a falling drop. After doing some simulation of drops falling in the domain, I realized that what in fact I need is to simulate the drop as a deformable mesh and impose a boundary condition at the bottom with constant velocity, representing the drop fall.

I would like to know if FLUENT could make the work, and if someone could send me tutorials, ideas, etc of how to simulate a correlated problem. My biggest question is how create a deformable drop mesh inside a static one.

Any help, comment or whatever will be highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
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