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Old   August 22, 2009, 11:10
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Hi,

I require help with the following.. I am modeling the flow of an incompressible liquid through a converging nozzle. I have managed to successfully model the internal flow of the liquid through the nozzle. Can anyone explain to me how I can model the external flow of the water jet discharging into the atmosphere?

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If you are injecting your liquid into an atmospheric air, then it seems that you need to model it using Multi-phase mixture and Eulerian Multiphase model. Besides that enable Surface Tension and Gravity models too.

I hope that it should work for your problem.
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