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Old   October 7, 2008, 00:26
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I try to add CrossWLF Model to simulate the injection molding process (polymers) .It does not work well . I still try to find these errors.
But i hope to get someone's progam code and compared notes .
Does anyone else use this Model?
Could I share it ?
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Old   October 20, 2009, 21:59
Jitao Liu
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Dear Zhiwei,

Is your CrossWLF viscosity model working well now?
In order to simulate the polymer melt flowing process, I have added CrossWLF viscosity model and temperature equation to the interFoam solver. But the courant number increased enormously after a few steps.Then the calculation stopped.

Please give me some tips. Thanks in advance.

Kind regards,

Would you mind sharing your code of CrossWLF model with me?
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