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Old   June 30, 2016, 01:23
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hello
i am trying to model two pre-mixed liquids using fluent
i have many issues:
1- when i use VOF i have to use two inlets, one for each fluid
2- when i use Eulerian model, I dont know how to specify Volume fraction for each case
thanks alot
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