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 Asghari_M February 17, 2010 04:39

VOF & species

Hi all.

I'd be appreciated if everybody help me know how to think of following problem with these specifications:

1- Two phase flow (VOf problem).
2- primary phase is air.
3-Secondary phase is a mixture of two material: B and C.
4- B and C (secondary phase) are penetrated together. Therfore they can be considered as transport ones and then they can be modeled as species phenomena by considering a concentration equation.
5- Hence, concentration equation must be solved in secondary phase only.

Can u suggest a software for sudying this problem?

Thanks.

 phsieh2005 February 17, 2010 10:36

Hi,

Try interMixingFoam solver in OpenFOAM (www.openfoam.org).

Pei

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 Originally Posted by Asghari_M (Post 246262) Hi all. I'd be appreciated if everybody help me know how to think of following problem with these specifications: 1- Two phase flow (VOf problem). 2- primary phase is air. 3-Secondary phase is a mixture of two material: B and C. 4- B and C (secondary phase) are penetrated together. Therfore they can be considered as transport ones and then they can be modeled as species phenomena by considering a concentration equation. 5- Hence, concentration equation must be solved in secondary phase only. Can u suggest a software for sudying this problem? Thanks.

 Asghari_M February 17, 2010 13:24

Thanks Dear Pei

Since I am novice in OpenFOAM, can u tell me how to access this open source code with Windows as operating system (not Linux)?

As well , Since my problem is VOF-based (free surface), are u sure this code (intermixing) can help me?

 phsieh2005 February 17, 2010 13:32

Hi,

interMixingFoam uses VOF to capture the free surfaces and the two liquid phases are allowed to mix.

Sorry about the windows version. I do not run OpenFOAM on MS windows. It compiles easily on OpenSUSE. Do a search on sourceforge.net on OpenFOAM. There is a version that allows OpenFOAM to install on MS windows via cygwin.

Pei

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 Originally Posted by Asghari_M (Post 246332) Thanks Dear Pei Since I am novice in OpenFOAM, can u tell me how to access this open source code with Windows as operating system (not Linux)? As well , Since my problem is VOF-based (free surface), are u sure this code (intermixing) can help me? Thanks for any advice.

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