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Old   May 23, 2010, 10:59
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i hv an problem creating two zones of fluid in fluent...
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i hv to define two fluids in same container below 10% is fluid1 & above 90% is fluid2 ...

can any body plz help me ???
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return in your Mesh-software, and define them as separated fluid zone
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hay.. actually i defined fluid zones in gambit but i want to apply boundry condition in fluent, how can i apply zone bc if i m using a transport & mixing model for my problem???
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if your fluid zone is well defined in Gambit (Specify Continuum), then you are able to see this fluid zone in the BC panel from fluent.
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hay thanx for ur reply..
i cud see the fluid zones in fluent BC panel but, how to define dat bc in transport & mixing reaction model.. wud u plz elaborate????
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There are tutorials about transport and mixing planes. Check them
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