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I am engaged in the numerical simulation of milk spray drying. According to the post by Mohsin, i have cheated fluent by changing all the properties of liquid into the properties of solid calcium contained in the milk, and there are now three components in the the "mixture-template", there are n2, h2o(l), calcium, and the milk is considered to be the mixture of water and calcium. Then i open the"Creat/Edit Material”panel, turn "particle-mixture" in the "Material Type" drop-down list and "particle-mixture-template" in the "Fluent Particle Mixture Material”drop-down list. But when i edit the "Mixture species" in the "Properties" drop-down list, there is just water, none other materials, why? How can i set the component of milk?
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