MultiPhase Flow CFD Analysis
Multiphase flow is where two or more fluids are separated by distinct interfaces. For example, the motion of gas bubbles in a liquid, and oil drops in water. These types of flows are widely observed both in nature and industries. The CFD analysis on multiphase flows is extensively performed in different sectors. For instance, to analyze sloshing of the fuel in tanks, cavitation around pumps and propellers, ocean wave loads on ships and structures, gearbox lubrication, evaporation, and condensation the multiphase flow analysis is performed. To simulate multiphase flows, however, CFD solvers should be smart enough to track the interface of the fluids.
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