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Old   August 18, 2022, 02:07
Default Multiphase flow under standard gravity
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I am trying to model a multiphase flow under standard gravity conditions.. I wanted to know how gravity is applied in Ansys Fluent, is it in each cell centroid over the entire domain? Or do I need to write a UDF to do that?

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