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Old   June 26, 2011, 07:34
Default Solids fraction in spray droplets
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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone has succeeded in introducing a solids fraction in sprayFoam or dieselFoam sprays. Right now I am trying to do so by defining a new "liquid" that has the properties of my solid, but I am not sure if its the best way to implement it.

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I know this is a late post, did you finally manage to do it? In OpenFOAM 2012, they implemented a new model called liquidEvapFuchs, which you can modify, but is based in liquid/solids mixture.
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