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Old   October 15, 2009, 04:24
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hi all ,

I have designed a particle seperator at micro scale and am trying to simulate the seperation using fluent.

i have some particles which have density 1000 times that of the other and i want to seperate it.

can you please guide me regarding the model and settings i need to use in fluent.

also is the any way i can add my own function to work

thanks
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