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Old   August 28, 2011, 11:14
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Please I need your help, I'm modelling a dense flow in Fluent 13. I want to introduce a saline current (higher density) through a channel submerged with pure water (lighter density).
How can I specify that the channel is filled with pure water, and then I wanna introduce a higher dense current through the inlet
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