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Old   July 27, 2022, 17:38
Default Difference between interface height and surface elevation in 2 phases
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Hey everyone,

can someone put into simple terms what the difference between interface height and surface elevation is in a two-phase fluid (like air+water)?

I highly appreciate!

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function objects, interface height, surface elevation

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