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Old   February 8, 2009, 17:19
Default VOF taking into account COMPRESSIBLE FLOW
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HI there, does anybody have any experience with VoF multiphase model considering compressible phases? I have a water droplet impacting onto the wall and I need to take into account water compressibility. It seem to be pretty tricky since I am solving both, momentum and continuity equations, just for the mixture. any suggestions? thanks, bye Jack!!!
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