You can specify your fluid as a mixture of the oil and water. But they are probably not miscible, so a better approach might be to treat the oil as a particle injection. Only drawback to this approach is that effect of the oil on system pressure drop will not be considered in results.
i dint get the term "use oil as particle injection" can you elaborate please... thanks
From your response, could it be that you are using FlowExpress which is included in SolidWorks as standard. In Flow, which is a premium add-on you can insert a particle injection that will be based upon your calcualted flow trajectories. And when doing particle injections, you can specify the result of the particles if they collide with walls (i.e. reflected or absorbed), whether gravitional effects are to be included in the calculation, residency lives of the particles, etc.
But particle injections are computed after the flow calculation. Particle injections are not available in FlowExpress. Nor is the ability to simulate flows with two different fluids. So, if you have the full Flow applications, you should be able to find particle injections in the flow management tree?
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