Introduction to Multi-Phase Flows
A multiphase flow refers to a position in which there is more than one fluid phase. In these flows, each fluid is described based on its field variables (u, v, w, pT). Phases or fluids are combined on a macroscopic surface. For dispersed phases, the mixing scale is smaller than the mesh scale and is larger than the molecular scale. For free flows, mixing scale is larger than the mesh scale, so the intersection face in the free flow is revealed by the mesh. Fluids that are mixed on a molecular scale (microscopic) can be modeled by the massive component approach (multi-component flows).
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