I am running ANSYS 18.2 Student edition.
As a beginner, I train and would like to simulate the discharge of a fluid in another. This is basically the same situation as the one from Raef.Kobeissi, but with two different fluids, meaning the discharge of CO2 in a air for instance. I managed to do the tutorial with one fluid (air):
I first tried to divide the zone in two and add an interface. However, it seems that the interface allows heat tranfer but no mass flow. I observe a heat transfer through convection, but no discharge. As far as I understood, one needs to use a multiphase flow, probably a Volume of Fluid (VOF), but this is not accessible to me. I can only have access to wet steam simulation. I saw that peteroznewman posted in 17 January 2018
2-way FSI such as the above example, requires System Coupling, which is not included in the Student license.
Is this the reason why I cannot have access to this? If this is the case, how can I manage the discharge of CO2 in air?