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Old   May 21, 2013, 01:59
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hi,
can anyone teach me how to initial sand inside the cylinder in fluent??
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Old   May 22, 2013, 12:59
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If you mean to add a solid phase in your model, just select the zone from initialization and patch the value for solid mass fraction. It'll work. One more thing, if you didn't already define a zone for this, use adapt tool and mark the interest zone.
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my situation is there are two buried pipe ; water pipe and gas pipe. The water pipe leak cause the water flow erosion the gas pipe.

I already patch the sand domain in volume fraction 0.95.
However, when i open the cfd-post, why not have streamline between water leakage hole towards the gas pipe??
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