Enters the menu to set virtual mass models.
Set the vaporization pressure, the surface tension coefficient, and the non-condensable gas mass fraction.
Enable the phase localized compressive discretization scheme where the degree of diffusion/sharpness is controlled through the value of the slope limiters?.
Enable the interfacial viscous dissipation method, which introduces an artificial viscous damping term in the momentum equation?.
Enable the treatment of the contact angle specification at the porous jump boundary?.
Include the Montoya correction for Lift.
Include the Shaver-Podowski correction for Lift.
Select the surface tension model.
Include the effects of surface tension along the fluid-fluid interface?.
Specify the surface tension coefficient for each pair of phases.
Specify the slope limiter to set a specific discretization scheme. 0: first order upwind, 1: second order reconstruction bounded by the global minimum/maximum of the volume fraction, 2: compressive. Value between 0 and 2: blended scheme.
Allows you to include the virtual mass force effect that occurs when a secondary phase accelerates relative to the primary phase. This command is available only with the Eulerian multiphase model.
Set the dissipation intensity.
Specifies the virtual mass coefficient for each pair of phases. This option is available only ifvirtual-mass? is enabled.
Enables/disables the implicit method for the virtual mass force. This option can improve convergence in some cases. This option is available only if virtual-mass? is enabled.
Specifies what form of the implicit method to use (default, option-2, or option-3). default models the entire virtual mass force while option-2 and option-3 model truncated expressions which may further improve convergence. This option is available only if vmass-implicit? is enabled.
Enable the specification for a wall adhesion angle?.