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Old   July 30, 2012, 10:44
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Hello all,

I models particle dispersion in turbulent flow . I don't know how assumed that particles are silicon and the surface is gold (gold covered )

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Hi,
You can define a new material type in the tools/material database. I suppose you want to use lagrangian. Then select the new material in the Physics/Models/Lagrangian multiphse....
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Hi,

thanks for your answer
But the difficulty is how define a silicon particle with gold surface
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