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Old   April 3, 2007, 04:39
Default How can I solve at the interface region
K. Baker
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Hi all: I have stratified two phase (air-water) flow into a pipe I am use the VOF model . I want to solve my problem at the interface region along the axial direction only such that I am not interested with the y-direction so is that possible ? Can anyone kindly tell me how can I did that with clear details? Knowing I am treating with unsteady state?

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