Fluid Flow

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Physics Interfaces and Study Types
ExpandFluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)YesYes
ExpandParticle Tracing for Fluid FlowYes
High Mach Number Flow
ExpandLaminar FlowYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, k-epsilonYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, Spalart-AllmarasYes
Multiphase Flow
ExpandBubbly Flow, Laminar and TurbulentYes
ExpandEuler-Euler Model, LaminarYes
ExpandMixture Model, Laminar and TurbulentYes
ExpandTwo Phase Flow, Moving Mesh, LaminarYes
ExpandTwo-Phase Flow, Level Set, LaminarYesYes
ExpandTwo-Phase Flow, Level Set, TurbulentYes
ExpandTwo-Phase Flow, Phase Field, LaminarYesYes
ExpandTwo-Phase Flow, Phase Field, TurbulentYes
Non-Isothermal Flow
ExpandLaminar FlowYesYes
ExpandNon-Isothermal Pipe FlowYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, k-epsilonYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, k-omegaYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, Laminar FlowYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, Low-Reynolds k-epsilonYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, k-epsilonYesYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, k-omegaYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, Low-Reynolds k-epsilonYesYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, Spalart-AllmarasYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, SSTYes
Porous Media and Subsurface Flow
ExpandBrinkman EquationsYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
ExpandDarcy's LawYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
ExpandFracture FlowYes
ExpandFree and Porous Media FlowYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
ExpandRichards EquationYes
ExpandTwo-Phase Darcy's LawYes
Rarefied Flow
ExpandMolecular FlowYes
ExpandSlip FlowYes
ExpandTransitional FlowYes
Single-Phase Flow
ExpandCreeping FlowYesYesYes
ExpandLaminar FlowYes
ExpandPipe FlowYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, Laminar FlowYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, Turbulent Flow, k-epsilonYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, Turbulent Flow, k-omegaYes
ExpandRotating Machinery, Turbulent Flow, low-Re k-epsilonYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, k-epsilonYesYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, k-omegaYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, Low-Reynolds k-epsilonYesYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, Spalart-AllmarasYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow, SSTYes
ExpandWater HammerYes
Thin-Film Flow
ExpandThin-Film Flow Domain, 2DYesYes
ExpandThin-Film Flow, Edge, 2DYesYes
ExpandThin-Film Flow, Shell, 3DYesYes
Boundary Conditions
Atmosphere/GaugeYes
Boundary StressYes
Diffuse FluxYes
Electrode-Electrolyte Interface CouplingYesYesYesYes
EvaporationYes
External Fluid InterfaceYes
External Slip WallYes
FanYesYes
Fluid-Fluid InterfaceYes
Flux Discontinuity, Porous MediaYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Free SurfaceYes
GrilleYesYes
Hydraulic Head, Porous MediaYes
Inflow Boundary, Porous MediaYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Initial Interface, Two-Phase FlowYesYes
Interior FanYesYes
Mass Flux, Porous MediaYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
No Flow, Porous MediaYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Number Density Reconstruction (Interior Boundaries Only)Yes
Open Boundary, Normal Stress or No Viscous StressYes
Periodic Flow ConditionYes
Pervious Layer, Porous MediaYes
Pressure Head, Porous MediaYes
Pressure, Porous MediaYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
ReservoirYes
ScreenYesYes
Slip WallYes
Surface TemperatureYes
Symmetry Boundary ConditionYes
Total VacuumYes
Vacuum PumpYesYesYes
Vacuum Pump (Free Molecular Flow)Yes
Inlet
Laminar Flow with Average Velocity, Volumetric Flow Rate or PressureYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Mass Flow Rate and Mass FluxYesYesYes
Standard Mass Flow Rate (SCCM)YesYesYesYes
Turbulent FlowYesYes
Velocity, Pressure, Normal StressYes
Outlet
Laminar Flow with Average Velocity, Flow Rate or PressureYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Pressure, VelocityYes
Wall
Electroosmotic VelocityYes
Navier-SlipYes
Rotating Interior WallYes
Rotating ShaftYes
Rotating WallYes
Slip or No Slip, Sliding, Moving or Leaking WallYes
Slip Velocity using Viscous Slip and Thermal CreepYesYesYes
Wetted Wall and Moving Wetted WallYesYes
ExpandInterior WallYesYes
ExpandMolecular Flow Wall Boundary ConditionsYes
ExpandTurbulent Flow Wall FunctionsYesYes
Edge and Point Conditions
Contact AngleYes
Line Mass SourceYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Point Mass SourceYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Pressure Point ConstraintYes
Molecular Flow Features on Edges or Points
Number Density ReconstructionYes
Pipe Flow Boundary Conditions at Points
BendYes
ClosedYes
Contraction/ExpansionYes
Inlet: Mass Flow Rate and Mass Flux, Volumetric Flow RateYes
Local Friction LossYes
No FlowYes
Outflow: Laminar Flow with Average Velocity, Flow Rate or PressureYes
PumpYes
T-JunctionYes
ValveYes
Pipe Flow Domain Properties on Edges
Fluid Model
Bingham, Non-NewtonianYes
Power Law, Non-NewtonianYes
ExpandNewtonianYes
Thin-Film Flow Boundary Conditions on Edges or Points
Border FlowYesYes
InletYesYes
OutletYesYes
SymmetryYesYes
WallYesYes
Particle Tracing
ExpandBoundary ConditionsYes
ExpandFormulationYes
ExpandParticle Properties and ForcesYes
ExpandParticle ReleaseYes
Volumetric Domain Properties
1D Formulations for Porous Media FlowYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
2D, Axisymmetric, and 3D FormulationsYes
Forchheimer DragYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Free Surface DomainYes
Gravity EffectsYes
Mass Transfer, Bubbly Flow and Mixture ModelYes
Pressure Work, Non-Isothermal FlowYesYes
Rotating DomainYes
Shallow Channel Approximation, 2DYesYes
Surface Tension EffectsYesYes
Swirl Flow, Axisymmetric, LaminarYes
Swirl Flow, Axisymmetric, TurbulentYes
Viscous Heating, Non-Isothermal FlowYesYes
Volume Force and GravityYes
ExpandFluid-Structure Interaction (FSI)YesYes
Fluid Properties
Compressible Flow, Mach number <0.3Yes
Density and ViscosityYes
Incompressible FlowYes
Non-Newtonian
Carreau ModelYesYes
Power LawYesYes
User-Defined ModelYes
Molecular Flow
Molecular FlowYes
Number Density ReconstructionYes
Porous Media
Fluid and Matrix Properties, Brinkman EquationsYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Mass SourceYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes
Porous Electrode CouplingYesYesYesYes
Richards' Equation, Isotropic and AnisotropicYes
Storage Model, Isotropic and AnisotropicYes
ExpandDarcy's Law, Isotropic and AnisotropicYesYesYesYesYesYesYesYes