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Old   April 30, 2006, 15:42
Default One type fluid mixing. How?
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I've the problem: Let's have a domain with 2 inlets and one outlet. From inlet No1 enter salt water with certain concentration and from inlet No2 - pure water. What mixing model do use to find out the resultant concentration ? Thank you.
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