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Old   March 21, 2022, 14:55
Default Droplets from one simulation to another
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Hello everyone,

I am modelling a microchannel Junction for the generation of small droplets betwen oil and water with the VOF modell in Simulation 1.

In Simulation 2, I would like to modell these droplets in a serpenetine like channel under the influence of different temperatures. However, I dont want to modell the Junction again and just to say Fluent that droplets with the same size, proeprties etc from Simulation 1 are flowing in this serpentine channel.

The two modells have of course different geometries. Does anyone have an idea, if something like this is possible in Fluent or if there is a way for me not to modell the Junction from Simulation 1 again.

Thank you in advance
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