VOF to DPM Model

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Raef.Kobeissi posted this 17 November 2018

Hi,

Has anyone experimented with the VOF to DPM model in Fluent? It looks  very interesting. Let me know if you have something to share . Thanks

Raef Kobeissi

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abenhadj posted this 18 November 2018

Yes. Do you have any questions?

Best regards,

Amine

Raef.Kobeissi posted this 18 November 2018

Hi Amine, 

I found some guidance in ANSYS Help and I understand how it works. I may soon create a tutorial with this topic!

Raef Kobeissi

abenhadj posted this 18 November 2018

You might find some new material on that on the Learning Hub which  I have reviewed for a colleague.

You are welcome Raef!

Best regards,

Amine

Shamoon posted this 2 weeks ago

Dear Raef,

I like your post and just I found out that ANSYS 19 has this option available of using VoF-to-DPM. However, ANSYS says that a link is available on the webpage 

 

https://www.ansys.com/blog/fluent-19-speeds-cfd-spray-simulations

 

That says you can get tutotrials and guidelines through this link : 

https://www.ansys.com/sitecore/service/notfound.aspx?item=web%3a%7bF47922D0-1870-4663-8C34-F75183A1EC03%7d%40en

 

However, the link might have been removed or is not working. 

I request you that if you have some tutorial or material available in this regard. Please do share with me. 

 

Thanks and regards,

 

Shamoon Jamshed

abenhadj posted this 2 weeks ago

Official tutorials and workshops  to be found on the ANSYS Learning Hub.

Best regards,

Amine

Shamoon posted this 2 weeks ago

Yes, but they are not there as I mentioned!

 

abenhadj posted this 2 weeks ago

Check ANSYS Fluids Learning room content under applications

Best regards,

Amine

Shamoon posted this 1 weeks ago

in portal? or here in this platform?

rwoolhou posted this 1 weeks ago

Learning Hub (and then Learning rooms) can be reached from ansys.com -> Services -> Training and you need a subscription to access it. 

If Raef creates a tutorial he'll most likely host it on YouTube: the Learning Hub belongs to ANSYS. 

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