October 14, 2018 at 11:04 pmtejasvikrishna45Subscriber
I am a novice with respect to multiphase simulation. I am doing a very basic 2 fluid simulation where one of them is non-Newtonian.
Since each of the phases has a different constitutive equation to solve, I figured Eulerian multiphase is the best way to go.
The interphase interaction is through Schiller-Naumann which is dependent on the relative velocity of both phases right?
However, after I run the simulation, velocity of each phase is equal to the velocity of the mixture. That seems wrong!
Can you tell me what I am doing wrong. Also, the relative velocity also is the same as the velocity of the mixture.
October 15, 2018 at 6:10 amDrAmineAnsys Employee
2/Means very very high drag if both velocities are almost the same
3/Screenshots of your model setup are necessary here
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