Falling Droplets Falling Droplets
Falling Droplets Falling Droplets
Falling Droplets Falling Droplets
Falling Droplets Falling Droplets
Falling Droplets Falling Droplets

Falling Droplets

Falling behavior of droplets with different diameter

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A multiphase simulation using the solver interFoam to investigate into falling droplets. The training case was invented 2017 with a former colleague Christian Gomez Rodrigues to proof an interesting statement. Based on Holzmann CFD's lack of knowledge in the field of droplets, Weber number and so on, the case is more related to be a fun investigation rather than a scientific investigation. An outcome of the fast set-up is the beautiful fluid dynamics and the corresponding velocity field.


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The following training case was generated to proof an analytical solution of my colleague Christian Rodrigues for our research at the Montanuniversität Leoben. The test should demonstrate that the flow field is strong enough to keep a force balance between the droplets and gravity that those droplets do not fall or lift. However, more phenomena are going on here, and the non-physical inlet condition as well as the 2D case provides a very interesting splashing and thus a fantastic velocity distribution. That was the reason why the training case is published.

Holzmann CFD does not give any warranty to the numerical results that are obtained within this training case based on the fact that there is no verification or validation.

Requirements
Linux system
the vim text editor (or any editor you prefer)
OpenFOAM®-5.x/6.x
ParaView®



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