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Old   June 18, 2010, 13:30
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Hello

I am simulating a T Mixer of two different reactants.

I am using Eulerian multiphase model, with 3 phases - the two reactants and air. The first phase is air, because i am assuming that at a initial state the mixer is full of air.

My doubt is i should assume this? or only two phases - the two reactants?

Another point is the continuity equation dont converge. I am not sure if it is the mesh fault, but i have a skewness lower than 0.8...

Thanks for advice

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