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Liquid Film of Water on an Inclined Surface
Posted Wed August 25, 2004 @03:13PM
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Help Desk dgubler writes "Dear all

I am asked to compute water flowing over an inclined surface (such as a waterfilm on a roof or a street). The special thing is that the liquid film is very thin (some mm to maybe some cm's), whereas the inclined surface is several 100 m^2!

Does anybody know about a simple 2D-code which is capable to deal with such a problem?

We tried with CFX multiphase but without any success yet.

I would be very greatful for any advice on this subject!

Regards
Daniel
http://www.afc.ch"


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