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Simulation of Euler-lagrangian bubble using OpenFOAM
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Dear sir/madam, Greetings!!! I would like to simulate the rising of a number of lagrangian bubbles (lagrangian particle tracking) in a eulerian water phase using VOF free surface behaviour capturing using OpenFOAM. (Ref. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSw3Atl2rwA) Please, can you guide me in this regard? Thanks in advance. With regards, Anirban IIT Kharagpur


OpenFOAM 11-05-16, 5:58 p.m. anirbanmondal93

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Hi Anirban,

You can start with solving some cases in interFoam solver and let us know about your progress.

12-05-16, 6:08 p.m. rahuljoshi

Hi rahuljoshi,

First of all, thanks for answering.
Secondly, \r\nas i want to simulate the lagrangian bubbles using DNS only considering \r\nthe drag, lift, added mass, gravity etc forces, which test case i should\r\n run in the interFoam solver among 'capillaryRise', 'damBreak', \r\n'mixerVessel2D'. I am confused which test case will be appropriate in \r\nthis regard.
I am using OpenFOAM-3.0.1/../tutorials/multiphase/interFoam/laminar.

Regards,
Anirban
IIT KGP


17-05-16, 4:03 p.m. anirbanmondal93

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Hi Anirban,

You can start with cappilaryRise case. This will give you an idea about implementing volume fraction in OpenFOAM. After this you can proceed with your own problem.

Regards

17-05-16, 4:07 p.m. rahuljoshi


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