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Old   February 26, 2006, 13:44
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hi averyone who read it. I`d like to make an mixture in "materials" panel but there is only fluid and solid to choose in "Material Type". On Fluentusers web I`ve seen that they can choose "mixture". Haw to do that? What to mark before to be able to have "mixture", "solid" and "fluid" in this place?
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Old   February 26, 2006, 19:15
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define Multiphase and then active the model you wish to use
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Old   February 27, 2006, 07:35
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Ok Thank you very much
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Old   February 27, 2006, 15:30
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Nice to know someone who knows how to say thank you, anyway my comment should be read as follows define-> models-> multiphase and then activate the pertinent mixture model. You are also advised to read Tutorial 18
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Old   February 28, 2006, 02:28
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thank you one more time. I will check it. I`ve check last you sggestion (i did`t reed tut18. I will do it after this email) and first thing I see is a can`t see (can`t choose) any solid spicies under Materials/mixture/edit. There is only gas and fluid. I`d like to do a salt solution (NaCl+H2O) to be able to have salt cristals after water evaporation. I will ask my support engeener for help aboute it too. regards chem
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