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Old   March 8, 2016, 13:50
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Hello everyone ,

Would someone help me figuring out how and where to turn on the suface tension in interFoam ?

I have begun my work starting from the damBreak tutorial where it was already set off and i actually modify it to create a spherical droplet .

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Surface tension is always included in interFoam. The coefficient is called sigma in transportProperties.
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