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Old   April 21, 2006, 15:22
Default Help!single drop motion in purified liquid
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Hello Thanks for your attention. I want to model steady state motion of a single drop in purified liquid, and I have some question about it. At first I don't sure that I should use VOF or DPM method. In addition I don't know how I can define boundary conditions in Fluent; I mean boundary conditions at the edge of external flow and at the interface of drop and continuous phase. I would be grate if you can help me. Thanks for your attention A. Haghdoost

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Old   April 25, 2006, 22:04
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Use VOF. You don't have to worry about the interface. it is handled automatically.
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