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Old   April 8, 2002, 09:02
Default Euler-model and walls!
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Hi everybody!

Imagine this: there's a flow through a pipe, with disturbing walls, where the flow should go around. Because I try to solve a multiphase flow eventually, I started with the mixture model (but first just one phase). The velocity counters looked meaningful, so based on this, I turned on the Eulerian model, which resulted in a weird counters display. It looks like the Eulerian-model doesn't 'see' the walls anymore and the flow goes through the walls! Anybody has an advice or had the problem before?

Thanks in advance, Yvonne
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