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Old   November 15, 2018, 21:55
Default Simulation of Flow structure variation
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Hello friends,
I want to simulate the flow in the presence of cylinders. In actual, the depth of flow varies upstream and downstream of cylinders. I want to find this effect of varying flow structure in Fluent, but i don't know which method to adopt.
May be, by using VOF method or Air phase above liquid phase ??? Which model would be better to use ?? Please help me in this regard.
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cylinders, flow depth variation, vof method

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