bernd wrote: ↑
Tue Jan 02, 2018 8:47 am
would it be different for white wine ? Has white wine different physical characteristics in this regard?
the physical characteristics of wine (white/red) are the same like water, which I used
in the simulation. The current dualsphysics version supports only one-phase simulations.
That means the wine-drop is falling in vacuum and does not deform when accelerating.
The new version announced for january should support multiphase simulations (beer with foam!).
http://dual.sphysics.org/index.php/foru ... se-of-v4-2
Some hints about the simulation:
The red box is the simulation domain where the point-cloud is generated (pointmin/max in xml-input-deck).
You can adress the bodies with different options (fluid, boundary, moving, floating...).
When pressing the "save-case" button, the dualsphysics-macro generates the necessary files,
doubleclick on run.bat starts the simulation. It is the same process like using the cfd-wb with openfoam.
When finishing the calculation, the vtk-files with the point-information are writen. Pressing the Isosurface-button
generates the files which are loaded as FEM-mesh in FC.
There are tons of parameters you can play with. In this simulation I used 56000 particles (which is not much),
runtime 90 min for 2 sec. For a really high-fidelity approach you need millions of particles.