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Volume of Fluid methods for the study of droplet impact and atomization

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Volume of Fluid method allow a robust simulation of flows with fluid-fluid interfaces. These methods are still evolving to deal with the issues of high density ratio, intense fragmentation of the interface and large ranges of scales. Two problems that exhibit such large ranges of scales are the droplet impact, where extremely thin gas film are formed prior to the contact of the impacting fluid on the solid or liquid below, and atomization where high speed jets are fragmented into large ensembles of much smaller droplets.

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