January 27, 2021 at 6:27 pmchaitanya07Subscriber
how to intialize both droplets with initial velocities, one droplet velocity in positive x direction and another droplet in negative x direction in fluent solver. i defined the zones for each droplets seperately in the domain ,i patched the zones with initial velocity but while simulation the droplets are not moving. what frame of reference should i use, relative to cell zone or absolute?
please see the jpg file of my domain setup and i also attached .wbpj file ,please suggest improvements and corrections.January 28, 2021 at 3:48 pmKonstantinAnsys EmployeeHello,nWe are not allowed to download attachments, please insert images directly in your message. Are you using the DMP model for the droplets? How do you define injections?nViewing 1 reply thread
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