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Old   September 7, 2011, 04:35
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Hi,

I am working on a problem involving two phase gas-liquid system in an agitated tank. When I run the simulation, the residuals all drop down and stablize but the continuity is very bad. If I check the fluxes at the inlet and outlet, they don't some to zero. I tried changing the flow rate of secondary phase to zero and then I am able to achieve the continuity, but not for 2 phase flow.

Have spent lotsss of time to solve this but no use...Help please!

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