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Old   November 3, 2018, 08:57
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I have questions regarding twophaseeulerfoam. While performing euler-euler simulations on fluent, I see that for the continuous phase, there is no need to input the continuous phase diameter. TwophaseEulerFoam however requires this value.

Is this because of the inclusion of the blending option to include phase inversion?

What is a reasonable estimate for the continuous phase dia? For eg: in the bubblecolumn case, the water dia is 1e-4. If I need to perform a spray simulation (where air is the continuous phase), can I use the same value of 1e-4.

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