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Old   July 8, 2015, 10:45
Default Deformable boundary due to the surface tension
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Hello. Is there any option in Fluent to create moving/deforming boundary that will simulate meniscus which forms as a result of surface tension? I know that VOF can do that thing but it requiers to create some space for air or something above fluid that surface could deform.
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