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Old   September 10, 2012, 03:05
Default Bubble formation in micro conduct.
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I'm trying to simulating bubble formation in a microconduct with water and oil, in a cross shape conduct. Water inlet is on the left, oil inlet is up and down. Outlet is on the right. However i obtain the two phases flowing in a simple way, without bubbles. So my answer is: is my setting good?
I'm using interFoam, cross power law (i've tried also newtonian), I've also used different couples of inlet values, but nothing.
Is there something i can do?
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