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Old   February 23, 2005, 10:14
Default Hi, Can OpenFOAM handles m
Pei-Ying Hsieh (Hsieh)
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Can OpenFOAM handles mixing of two miscible liquids (not gas)?

For example, the computational domain contains liquid 1 initially. Liquid #2 is then added into the domain at certain speed. liquid 1 and liquid 2 started to mix (no surface tension, no interface tracking). I would like to know the well the mixing is after certain time (say look at pieces concentration). Can this be done using OpenFOAM?


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