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Old   December 10, 2013, 07:31
Default Two Phase Spray Simulation
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Hi all;

I have been trying to do spray simulation with two phase. First one is k-e turbulance model the scond one k-e (+) Pressure Swirl atomizer model. But as you can see from the picture, something is wrong with result. I would like summarize my study simply. There is a hot steel plate 170 mm far away from the injector. Between injector and steel plate is air. I have defined just air domain block and at 0,0,0 I defined injector as a point.

Could you help me what is my mistake ? Actually i do not know air and water mixed in the air domain ?

Thanks in advance...

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