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Old   May 5, 2014, 06:09
Default unexpected velocity drop at the inlet of T-junction
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hello everyone
I am trying to model two phase flow in micro channel T-junction and I expect to see droplets but I encounter a problem, the velocity was set for the inlet is not conserved during the run. I attached files and also Tecplot photo of the results. We will be happy if you could help me in this regards.
openfoam version 220.
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