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Old   June 21, 2014, 17:00
Question Free Falling Fluid Flow
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Hi All,

I am trying to model water curtain (rain curtain; free falling flow on a wire) and trying to calculate mass transfer between environment. So I have used every multiphase model available in Fluent and all in all I have the same problem.
Some how (instead of choosing open channel flow, bottom and top level) there has been back flow at the bottem which is outlet. I can not solve out this problem, I have attached a video, I will appreciate for any replies,

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