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Old   June 25, 2008, 15:18
Default Inter solid phases collisions
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Hi, I have a system with two solid dispersed phases (solid 1 and solid 2) and water.

I want to account for the collision/lubrication occuring between solid 1 and solid 2 as well.

Is it possible in CFX-11?

If yes, Do I have to enable it somewhere in Pre panel?

If not, is there any easy way to do the same?

Thanks so much for your help,

Best Regards, Kushagra

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