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hi
i am working on solar still..i have used multiphase mixture model and radiation model. Can anybody suggest me what will be the right option for viscous model?? i have tried many models but i am not able to found the appropraite model for my case..
My model have no inlet flow.
water is filled in basin which gets heated by solar radiation.
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