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Old   February 25, 2011, 09:18
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i am having problem with multiphase flow,
in my problem in a tank bottom is filled with water and the one ball is up in the air, i have patched into water and air,
when i start my problem the ball is not move downwards, but i gave a condition to ball as moving in -y direction,
please help me about this problem.....
thanking you...
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