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Old   January 8, 2003, 16:09
Default liquid over a sphere
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Hi all, I'm trying to simulate a slow moving film of a low density liquid flowing downward to a static sphere using VOF.

So far I have some results using a commercial code but I don't know if the results I get are correct (they look suspicious).

Can anybody, please, lead me to some source (web-sites or articles) in which this phenomena is studied?. Some photos may be of great help.


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Old   January 8, 2003, 16:37
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Correction: the liquid has low density and also low surface tension ( compared both with water).


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