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Hi Acusolve users,

 

I have a problem related to bathroom shower where I need to see the flow distribution.

I need suggestions on the methodology to be applied. I am thinking to create a cylinder as shown in figure(second one) to capture the flows. But will it be possible to do in acusolve as it will be a case of multiphase flow.(Water+ atm. air).

Any suggestions to achieve a correct methodology ?

 

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The flow from  a shower is probably better solved with NanoFluidX than with AcuSolve. AcuSolve is an Eulerian code and in my opinion, a particle based code is better suited for this application.

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Thank you for the reply.

I am sorry but any scope in Acusolve for solving such cases. I will be interested to understand the pressure drops in each holes in the shower rather than on particle movements currently.

 

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