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Old   March 10, 2013, 13:59
Default Can we model a flow with solid by cfx?
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Can we model a flow that have some seeds (solid) in it? thank u for your help
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Yes. CFX has several models for modelling particles in a fluid flow. Have a look at the tutorial examples for lagrangian particle tracking and eularian particle flow examples.
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