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Old   October 6, 2014, 07:40
Question Low Viscosity Two-Phase Pipeflow case
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I'm facing some Problems to find a proper first approach for a two-phase flow of liquid and gaseous Helium in a pipe (25%liq 75%gas in the first approach ..later it should be vapor). Reynolds Number is quite high >350 000. My first thought: k-e model with interFoam ...but is it possible to use bubbleFoam? What are the differences?

It would be really glad if anyone could give some suggestions

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high reynolds number, interfoam bubble, two phase flow

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