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Old   September 12, 2007, 05:08
Default bubbly flow and parallel processing
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Hi to all, I have two questions:

1. I am trying to capture all the flow regimes involved in two-phase gas-liquid flow using fluent. Suppose I have to catch the bubbly flow. Now in that case do I have to define all bubble data " diameter, velocity, growth and coalesce factor etc? Without giving these information can I catch the flow regime? I can use the inlet boundary condition as pressure inlet or mass flow inlet or velocity inlet. 2. Another question is on parallel processing side. What I understand regarding parallel processing is that it will just reduce the mesh size and create zone in the computer itself for CPU, is that true? Now I want to know that after creating partition can I run these partition on different computer through parallel processing? If not then what is the solution for this?

All the comments are invited Thanking you, mvee

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