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Applying transient electric field to a fluid dynamic simulation

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I am currently attempting to simulate a droplet of conductive fluid moving through an electrical field. The droplet is moving correctly over time, however from what I can tell the electrical simulation is doing a time dependant simulation of the geometrys initial condition, and does not adapt when the droplet deforms. I have tried to add the deformed geometry physics, and the moving mesh physics but neither of these have adjusted the simulation.

What would be the best way of making these two physics work together? Any help would be greatly appriciated

0 Replies Last Post 11 Jan 2019, 07:03 GMT-5
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