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Old   November 9, 2001, 04:53
Default a problem of petroleum atomization
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hi,all , I am solving a problem of oil atomization with water vapor. First water vapor enter into a contractive throat for enhancing velocity, petroleum is sparged from two spouts. i have easily modeling grid with gambit,how can i solve this problem with fluent? including physics model and others... i am a newbie ,thanks very much to everyones answer i have tried, because maybe supersonic ,so the flowing around the throat is puzzling me .other problem is multi-phase... thanks
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Old   November 16, 2001, 01:56
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so good problem ,why nobody answer
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