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Old   December 5, 2014, 11:05
Question separation of water droplets from vapour using MPPIC Foam
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hello,

i am new to open foam. i want to solve a case where the liquid droplets are carried away by water vapour. water droplets has to be separated from water vapour near an obstacle which is provided in between water vapour path. a tutorial case(cyclone separator) is available in MPPIC Foam where the water droplets are separated from air. but when i am using this solver for my case water droplets are not separated from water vapour. Pls can any one tell me that this solver can be used for my case or not?. is there any limitation to use this solver. one more thing that i want to know is if this solver can be used for my case whether it is possible to see the coalescence and collision of water droplets.

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hi,

i wonder that whether i am working on a problem which couldn't be solved by any one in the world..
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