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Old   December 16, 2013, 04:34
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I have been trying to simulate the droplet motion over an oil surface using fluent VOF, but could never achieve it due to fluent's inability to capture the three phase (liquid-liquid-air) contact line dynamics. I would like to know if it might be possible by any means through any other commercial packages like COMSOL or CFX ! Please share any suggestions on this.
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