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How to use a higher precision differential format in phase equations in fluent?

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Old   April 29, 2019, 10:57
Default How to use a higher precision differential format in phase equations in fluent?
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I want to decrease the interface thickness to simulate the real situation when I patch a bubble in the liquid in fluent. I try making the mesh more intensive. But due to the limitation of the device, I can't make so much. Here is the picture:. Thank you very much.
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