|April 15, 2013, 12:03||
Vertical turbulent jet
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Athens, Greece
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I am quite a newbie in your community, so I may be excused if my question has been posed and answered already.
I am trying to simulate a round vertical turbulent jet that it is generated from a point source (orifice). The jet's fluid has slightly different density (smaller) from the ambient fluid. To begin with I don't know what kind of solver should I use. InterFoam seems suitable but on the other hand I don't know if it integrates the buoyant forces that are created due to the density differences.
Thanks in advance
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