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Old   May 30, 2010, 06:44
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I would like to make a mixture of two identical liquid (water) with different densities from two different entrances, which will lead to a common output.
it could be done in laminar flow? would help too if you receive even a simple instruction. I'm new to the program and try to find a solution to this problem I have.
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working with the program fluent 6.3.26

Thanks anyone!!!
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