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Hi,

I try to simulate a particle flow (or particle laden-air flow) through a generic aero-engine model to investigate the particle behaviour in the engine.
I was wondering if someone here can help with that. Acyually I am not sure which Ansys package is the right one for this question. My first guess was FLUENT, but all comments are helpful.

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