|April 27, 2010, 14:41||
solving creeping flow with viscosity as function of pressure
Titus van den Brink
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: breda netherlands
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I would like to calculate the pressure distribution in an thin oil film. The viscosity would have to be a function of the pressure (and eventually the temperature). I have a model of the oil (equation of state). I think the icoFoam solver would be a good startpoint. How do I add the physics of the oil?
Is there anyone that can help me with an example ('tutorial') for this case. As a novice foamer I'm not able to create my own solvers (yet?)
I've got OF-1.5 installed on a Mac.
|creeping flow, equation of state, icofoam, solver|
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