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Old   March 6, 2014, 15:36
Default Slip velocity multiphase FLUENT
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I am confused... Say I have a multiphase problem in which the phases can have different velocities. In this case the slip velocity should be taken into account, right? It is straigthforward to consider in the mixture model, but it is not enough for me since I need to reconstruct the interface. VOF is ideal, but I cannot set a slip velocity. In this case, the Eulerian model could take into account such slip velocity?

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