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Old   March 17, 2021, 03:07
Default chtMultiRegionFoam with VOF method on fluid section
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Hello openfoamers.

I recently realized that there is solver that can handle with two phase fluid problem with conjugate heat transfer. chtMultiRegionTwoPhaseEulerFoam can solve fluid part with Euler/Euler method. Since Eulerian method cannot accurately acquire interface region, I want to make fluid section to run with VOF method. Also, chtMultiRegionFoam works with compressible flow but solvers like interPhaseChangeFoam can only deal with incompressible flow. Is there a solver that can make it work?

I added Energy equation to interPhaseChangeFoam and it works well. I just have problem adding the solver into conjugate problem.

Many experts are welcomed to give advice for me.

Thank you,
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