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Old   May 18, 2000, 10:04
Default Two phase flow
Gritt Pokriefke
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Does it make some sense, trying to combine the Level Set Method with FEM to simulate two phase flow?

The Level Set Funktion "Phi" is a distance function which is zero at the front between the two fluids. The Zero Level Set is moved by a transport equation of the form

d Phi/d t + v grad Phi = 0

The governing equations of motions shall be solved with FEM. My question is:

Can I approximate the Level Set Funktion over the domain also with the Finite Element Method?

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Old   May 23, 2000, 06:46
Default Re: Two phase flow
Tareq Al-shaalan
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I aminterested in this area. Would you please give me more information about Level Set Funktion "Phi"

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