class main_menu.define.phases.set_domain_properties.interaction_domain.forces.virtual_mass(path, service)#

Enters the menu to set virtual mass models.

cavitation(*args, **kwargs)#

Set the vaporization pressure, the surface tension coefficient, and the non-condensable gas mass fraction.

interphase_discr(*args, **kwargs)#

Enable the phase localized compressive discretization scheme where the degree of diffusion/sharpness is controlled through the value of the slope limiters?.

interphase_visc_disp(*args, **kwargs)#

Enable the interfacial viscous dissipation method, which introduces an artificial viscous damping term in the momentum equation?.

jump_adhesion(*args, **kwargs)#

Enable the treatment of the contact angle specification at the porous jump boundary?.

lift(*args, **kwargs)#


lift_montoya(*args, **kwargs)#

Include the Montoya correction for Lift.

lift_shaver_podowski(*args, **kwargs)#

Include the Shaver-Podowski correction for Lift.

sfc_model_type(*args, **kwargs)#

Select the surface tension model.

sfc_modeling(*args, **kwargs)#

Include the effects of surface tension along the fluid-fluid interface?.

sfc_tension_coeff(*args, **kwargs)#

Specify the surface tension coefficient for each pair of phases.

slope_limiter(*args, **kwargs)#

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.

virtual_mass(*args, **kwargs)#

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.

visc_disp_factor(*args, **kwargs)#

Set the dissipation intensity.

vmass_coeff(*args, **kwargs)#

Specifies the virtual mass coefficient for each pair of phases. This option is available only ifvirtual-mass? is enabled.

vmass_implicit(*args, **kwargs)#

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.

vmass_implicit_options(*args, **kwargs)#

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.

wall_adhesion(*args, **kwargs)#

Enable the specification for a wall adhesion angle?.