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Old   February 4, 2011, 05:54
Default Patch a bubble inside turbulent flow
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Hi there!

I am working on a U-type static mixer (Reactor) with turbulent flow regime inside the reactor. The aim is to investigate study the behavior of fluid particles inside turbulent flow regimes using LES/VOF technique. I wonder to know if anyone has experience on the patching of fluid particles inside turbulent regimes. I have already done with the main flow field using LES model.
Do I need to patch pressure inside the bubble? What about velocity field? I as I got FLUENT has default values for velocity and pressure fields inside the second phase.
Many thanks
// Arash
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