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Old   April 1, 2014, 08:45
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Hi everybody,

In 9.3 version of flow 3D, is it possible tracking three or more fluid interfaces in a simulation? is it possible in the new version 10.0? i explain myself better, i have a tank in which there is fluid and then i put another fluid into the tank and then another one, but in the panel of flow 3d i can choose the properties of only two fluids
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