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obby May 2, 2005 13:22

Jet Breakup in FLUENT
Hello all,

I was wondering if FLUENT has the capability to model Raleigh jet breakup of a liquid jet into droplets using the unsteady laminar VOF model? I have modeled the "break off" of the liquid but the droplets never seem to rebound to the known spherical shape. Has anyone tried this in FLUENT? Can fluent model these droplets?

gaoshan May 6, 2005 21:51

Re: Jet Breakup in FLUENT
i am also doing that,we can exchange sth.

i think,vof can do that,,

or you can use EULERIAN model to do that also,try~ regards~

Rhinocao May 21, 2005 09:46

Re: Jet Breakup in FLUENT
does your "jet breakup" means the primary breakup???

gaoshan May 26, 2005 09:09

Re: Jet Breakup in FLUENT
it means the water flow plunge into the water ,and entrain a lot of air , my main aim is to get the air concentration in some cross-section, which model should i use? now i use the vof to do that,but it is hard to conv.



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