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Old   January 8, 2014, 04:34
Default Fluid Sticking to the wall with Eulerian multiphase model
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Paritosh Vasava
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I have been learning to simulate 3 phase flows with Eulerian multiphase model in Fluent (v13 and v14). I am looking to simulate fibres or oil type of substance that stick to the walls of a tank during draining process.

So far in my simulations I do get separation of the phases and flow distributions correct but I have had any success in getting the phases sticking to the wall.

My question is what parameters in the setup I should be looking more carefully get the fluid stick to the wall??
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