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Old   May 18, 2020, 09:05
Default The constant contact radius model in OpenFOAM
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Hello,

I am a biginner of OpenFOAM, and I am working on drying droplet with contact line pinning bounday conditions. However, I have no idea how to fix the contact line when run the simulations using OpenFOAM. I found the constant contact radius model has been implemented in Flow 3d (https://www.flow3d.com/modeling-capa...-line-pinning/), and I would like to know whether OpenFOAM already have such a BC? Actually, I have checked the BCs of OpenFOAM, but I cannot find it.

If anyone knows well of this question, please post your suggestions here.

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Xiao
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