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Old   July 7, 2010, 16:25
Default Using more than one solver models in Multiphase problem
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Hello all,
I am trying to model a flow of a liquid material with stone particles in it. The aim is
(1) To track the profile of the liquid at timed intervals, and
(2) To see the behavior (movement) of the solid particles within the liquid
I was able to achieve the profile tracking using VOF when the presence of particles is neglected. However, the actual problem requires the solid particles to be present.
I was advised to use combination of both VOF & DPM. But I thought VOF, Mixture, Eularian, & DPM models are all independent on one another.
PLEASE can any one guide me on how I can achieve that?
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