Visual-Environment Highlight of Visual-CFD: Multiphase Flow

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by Raj Kumar Barnawal on 11 Jun 2021
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In fluid mechanics, multiphase flow is the simultaneous flow of materials with two or more thermodynamic phases. These phases may consist of one chemical component (e.g. flow of water and water vapour), or several different chemical components (e.g. flow of oil and water). Based in user’s intertest and type of problems, multiphase problems can be solved as VOF or euler-euler flow. In Visual-CFD, both approaches are supported for two or more than two phases, with or without heat. The solvers used for multiphase simulations involve the famous MULES method for capturing interfaces between the fluids.
 
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Visual-Environment
 
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Virtual Integration Platform