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Old   October 13, 2006, 08:46
Default How to Model Stratified flow in CFX
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Hi CFX Users: I have a problem to model stratified three phase (Gas-oil-water)flow into a pipe by CFX Such I consider that the three phases flow separetly from each other and have different velocities So anyone can guide me to how can I did this. Thanks a lot Khalid email: khalidb77@yahoo.co.uk

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