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Old   August 18, 2011, 14:35
Default Eulerian-Eulerian and Mixture models
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Dear friends,
I am going to simulate a liquid-solid modeling, in fact in CFX the mixture model is not available for this purpose however in Fluent the eulerian-eulerian and mixture models both are available moreover in a lot of papers is told that mixture model is more precise than eulerian-eulerian model. my question is this that really the mixture model is not available in CFX ? and the other question is that selecting dispersed solid in CFX means using eulerian-eulerian model ?

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