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Old   September 2, 2015, 05:14
Default 2 Phase Water Tank Flow: How it's made?
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I would like to ask you, how is that made:

Im in even sure is Fluent. I would like to similar simulation where i can see how water fill zone. Have you got maybe any tutorial which show how to make it? I would be so grateuful


Is it CFX multiphase flow?
like this:

But why the first one at results have graphical water flow? It's just due to results representation?
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Old   September 3, 2015, 03:33
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Both of fluent and CFX are able to simulate this problem,
There are some good tutorial for learning this type of problem, I guess Ansys Fluent workshop, named "tank flushing" is an appropriate case for you
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