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Old   September 30, 2012, 10:41
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I want to simulate the flow behavior of mortar (density of about 2100 kg/m) in a very thin walled shell. Depending on how the mortar flows into the shell (e.g. volume flow rate) air is embedded in the mortar. How can I model the air in the shell? The density ratio between mortar and air is more than 2000. Does the 2 fluid-model make sense?
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