In computational fluid dynamics, the volume of fluid (VOF) method is a free-surface modeling technique, i.e. a numerical technique for tracking and locating the free surface (or fluid-fluid interface). It belongs to the class of Eulerian methods which are characterized by a mesh that is either stationary or is moving in a certain prescribed manner to accommodate the evolving shape of the interface. As such, VOF is an advection scheme—a numerical recipe that allows the programmer to track the shape and position of the interface, but it is not a standalone flow solving algorithm. The Navier–Stokes equations describing the motion of the flow have to be solved separately. The same applies for all other advection algorithms. In this product yoy will see a nozzle which is modeled by VOF method.
TITLE: CFD SIMULATION INJECTION
PROJECT TYPE: COMPRESSIBLE FLOW AND MULTIPHASE FLOW
TIME: 3 WEEKS
PRICE: 500 $