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Old   November 5, 2002, 05:10
Default which cfd-code is suitable?
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I just started working on this and maybe somebody could give me a hint which code to use. I want to simulate a free surface flow with at least two phases (going up to liquid/liquid/gas) over a plate including surface tension and wall contact angle. This still maybe getting more complicated (in geometry) in future.

Thank you for any reply

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Old   November 5, 2002, 09:14
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I think the code must have some merits in catch the free surface. And the methods,such as PIC, MAC,FLIC, VOF, may be fit for you.
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Old   November 5, 2002, 14:28
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Hi Andreas,

You may want to speak to people in CFX Berlin office, an offspring on Munich office, since you are near. The code can handle what you describe so far. Check

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