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Old   April 11, 2004, 21:50
Default Modeling cavitation in ximed/shear layer?!
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I'm here eager to know anyone has experience of modeling cavitation in mixed shear layer with Fluent.

I intend to model the cavitation occurs in the mixed/shear layer of submerged water jet, but a huge number of attempt failed me with problems such as turbulance models selecting, BC setting, and factors/coefficient definition.

I will be extremely grateful if somebody can give me some advice.

Thanks a million.
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