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Old   March 15, 1999, 11:06
Default Re: pouring a liquid
Helen Griffin, CFX Technical Support
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In response to 'Pouring a Liquid', first posted on cfd-online 1/2/99:

AEA Technology Engineering Software wishes to point out that, contrary to comments made at the time, CFX is capable of solving free-surface problems. The surface sharpening algorithm ensures accurate capture of the interface between two fluids in multiphase calculations. It is also possible to incorporate surface tension effects at the interface.

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