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Old   May 3, 2005, 13:17
Default VOF model drop oscillation
lichun Dong
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Hi, All:

I'm using VOF to model the oscillation of a small water drop(radius 0.2mm), but when the drop is pretty small, the result can not converge. So any anybody can give some advice?

1. how to select the time step?

2. Anybody has some experience, can FLUENT really work for this kind of problem?

Thanks a lot
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