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Old   July 12, 2020, 09:24
Default Coupling contact angle model in interIbFoam
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Hi, foamers.
I'm a beginner in OpenFOAM and I'm trying to simulate droplet impact cases on superhydrophobic surface using immersed boundary method(interIbFoam solver in foam-extend 4.0). I run the tutorial in foam-extend but it seems that the constantalphacontactangle bc is unavailable for the immersed boundary. I have read some paper about contact angle model in IBM but have no idea about how to apply this in OpenFOAM. Is there any instruction about coupling these two boundary conditions?

With regards and thanks in advance!
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