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Old   July 20, 2008, 23:44
Default Could small size particles be treated as gas?
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Nanazhu
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Im my fluent modelling, the particle (vehicle emission )size is 10 nanometer or 80 nanometer. Can I use species to model it? Finnally I want to know the particle volumn or mass. Thanks
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