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Old   April 26, 2002, 19:28
Default Question on starting multiphase simulation
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Derek Jing
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Hi,

I will use the Eulerian model of FLUENT 6.0 to simulate my problem. However, when I open the menu of Define>Models, I found that the menu for "Multiphase" is in gray, which means it can not be used. Could you please tell me why this happen? Thank you very much.
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Old   April 26, 2002, 19:36
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Sorry, I already found the answer. Thanks.
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Old   April 30, 2002, 10:32
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Yvonne
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Hi Derek!

I'm also working with the Euler-Euler-model. Do you like to share some problems..or better solutions? At the moment i can just tell that the Euler-euler.model in my case ignores walls (it looks like the flow just goes through the wall, very strange). What about you?

Yvonne
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