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Old   June 10, 2011, 00:09
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Hi, All

I have a question regarding Euler-Lagrange simulation for a single bubble moving in a pipe with flowing liquid. Is it possible to keep the diameter of the bubble constant during the simulation in Euler Lagrange modelling and can we set the inner and outer angle of the nozzle to be zero degree (In this way the nozzle will appear as a simple orifice nozzle).

Thanks in advance for any opinion.
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