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Old   July 26, 2013, 09:45
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Hello
I am doing simulation of a multiphase project. in this project, we have primary phase and 2 solid phases that are in dense state. for particle tracking, multiphase particle-in-cell method must be used. But in Fluent software 6.3, DPM in dense state cannot be used. Thus we must use Fluent version13 or higher.
Can you help me? Pls send me this version of fluent software?
My email is: mehdimoradi.ir@gmail.com
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