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Old   January 30, 2009, 05:18
Default Using VOF method
Nur Hassan
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I'am trying to design CFD model using VOF. 2 m height Cylindrical colum with a 0.4 m diameter with full of water and single bubble rises into the liquid column. 2D segregated, unsteady, using axisymetric solver. try to use a grid an estimated 10000 cells, that is to say 100 cells by 100 cells. Bubble size is 5mm which is air bubble. I need help for creating the mesh and defining the boundery conditions. Please any body help me regarding this? Any tutorial related to this? Regards- Nur

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