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Old   November 20, 2002, 05:07
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How to simulate the multi-fluid situation, for example the spread of oil on sea-water where three fluid i.e. sea water, oil & air co-exists and one fluid influences another.

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Old   November 20, 2002, 21:04
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Front tracking, VOF, Level set, all can do. But since oil floats on the water, and many particular factors play role, there must exits a simplified mathematical model. A general methods listed above may not be effective. Do a search first.
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Old   December 2, 2002, 10:40
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Hello (I am Argentina)I want to know about viscosity of fluid. specially the influece of the weight and the radio on the fluid.
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Old   December 3, 2002, 09:50
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hi, I think your should make clear situation:

1. What are values of surface tensions fluid1-air, fluid2-air, fluid1-fluid2.

2. Is your surface infinite - notice, that oil on water can form monomolecular layer

3. What do your know about surface kinetic?


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