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Old   January 30, 2012, 06:37
Default Orourke collision model in DieselSpray
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Good morning,
I want to use the ORourke collision model for my simulation but I have see that I can set only 0 or 1 for the the coalescence coefficient...is it true???
if I set 1 all the particle coalesce and the diameter became too big...
If I set 0 no particle coalescence...
Open Foam don't permit me to set an intermediate value.
Does exist an intermediate case???
Is there another parameter to set for the coalescence????
Thank all for attention
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Old   January 30, 2012, 09:15
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coalescence is not a scalar, it is a boolean.
it is a flag you set if you want to allow parcels to coalesce or not.

so either you have coalescence true or false, 'intermediate' values makes no sense.
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Default collision and coalescence models in sprayFoam
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Hello Niklas sir.
I am using sprayFoam in OpenFOAM-6 and I want to implement collision and coalescence between two particles. I have some questions regarding this, which, if you answer, it will be very helpful.
  • 1) Are there other collision and coalescence models available other than O'Rourke and trajectory?
  • 2) Is the code for coalescence for trajectory the same as for O'Rourke?
  • 3) I was studying the code in the Trajectory.C file where I found the following.
Code:
if (mag(det) > 1.0e-4)
            {
                beta = -(n2d - n1n2*n1d)/det;
                alpha = n1d + n1n2*beta;
            }

            alpha /= magU1*dt;
            beta /= magU2*dt;

            // is collision possible within this timestep
            if ((alpha > 0) && (alpha < 1.0) && (beta > 0) && (beta < 1.0))
What are the significances of these parameters alpha and beta in determining the possibility of collision at a particular timestep?
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