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2D Modeling of channel connecting to floodplain

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Old   September 4, 2018, 09:00
Default 2D Modeling of channel connecting to floodplain
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Hey guys,
How can I create a multi phase 2D model in plane , for example X-Y plan, with gravity in Z direction? Is it possible to create a model like this by fluent?

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