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Old   April 9, 2011, 00:05
Default Inert particle tracking
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i trying to track inert solid particles in fluid. I had refereed coal combustion tutorial in which particles are reacting. I had created two materials , fluid (continuous) and soild (Particle Transport soild). I am not able to get multiphase option in fluid model.

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