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VOF to DPM Model

    • Raef.Kobeissi
      Subscriber

      Hi,


      Has anyone experimented with the VOF to DPM model in Fluent? It looks  very interesting. Let me know if you have something to share . Thanks

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee

      Yes. Do you have any questions?

    • Raef.Kobeissi
      Subscriber

      Hi Amine, 


      I found some guidance in ANSYS Help and I understand how it works. I may soon create a tutorial with this topic!

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee

      You might find some new material on that on the Learning Hub which  I have reviewed for a colleague.


      You are welcome Raef!

    • Shamoon
      Subscriber

      Dear Raef,


      I like your post and just I found out that ANSYS 19 has this option available of using VoF-to-DPM. However, ANSYS says that a link is available on the webpage 


       


      https://www.ansys.com/blog/fluent-19-speeds-cfd-spray-simulations


       


      That says you can get tutotrials and guidelines through this link : 


      https://www.ansys.com/sitecore/service/notfound.aspx?item=web%3a%7bF47922D0-1870-4663-8C34-F75183A1EC03%7d%40en


       


      However, the link might have been removed or is not working. 


      I request you that if you have some tutorial or material available in this regard. Please do share with me. 


       


      Thanks and regards,


       


      Shamoon Jamshed

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee

      Official tutorials and workshops  to be found on the ANSYS Learning Hub.

    • Shamoon
      Subscriber

      Yes, but they are not there as I mentioned!


       

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee

      Check ANSYS Fluids Learning room content under applications

    • Shamoon
      Subscriber

      in portal? or here in this platform?

    • Rob
      Ansys Employee

      Learning Hub (and then Learning rooms) can be reached from ansys.com -> Services -> Training and you need a subscription to access it. 


      If Raef creates a tutorial he'll most likely host it on YouTube: the Learning Hub belongs to ANSYS. 

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