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Old   November 4, 2005, 16:34
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srinivas
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hi

i am simulating a steel flow in 3-d rectangular duct known as tundish.it has one inlet at top surface (free surface) and one out let at bottom surface .i want to know the exact approach to be followed whether i"ve to folow DPM model or MULTIPHASE MODEL .if any body has an idea help me

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