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Old   October 5, 2016, 03:55
Default Simulation of moving solid immersed in a two-phase flow
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Hello everyone,
We want to simulate a simple case to compare with our experiments.
and need your advice to choose a software.

Our case:
A solid object is immersed in a two-phase flow confined domain and it moves without rotation.
The contact angle can be defined on the moving solid surface.

Thank you very much!

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Old   October 6, 2016, 16:19
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I am working on multi-phase flows towards my PhD. I use Cradle's SC-Tetra for such simulations, although I have ANSYS as well.
This link explains a scenario.
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