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Old   April 27, 2022, 11:28
Post Water droplets flow from shower head to closed system
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As I attached the closed loop system. I am simulating the water droplets flow from shower head which is built at top left side in closed pipe system. I am measuring the velocity of air at different location in pipe due to effect of water droplets flow.
Query - what way is best way to generate droplet flow same as shower head (230 nozzles) in star CCm+ by using Injection method with Lagrangian droplets particle or Atomization

I already tried with providing injector as Lagrangian droplets with 230 injection points but my experimental air velocity at top is much higher than my simulation velocity.

Please little help appreciated...
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