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Old   January 10, 2014, 10:32
Default Ansys Fluent mixing help
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I am having some trouble setting up a scenario and was hoping someone could help.

Basically the scenario is a pool of water with various obstructions within the pool, the pool has an inlet and outlet, and i am wanting to inject another chemical into the water and look at the movement of the chemical.

I am not sure which models to be using, whether its a multi-phase or if i can use the energy model with K-epsilon and then turn on species transport.

Another problem im getting is that if im using the inlet as the injection location for the water and chemical, how do i specify that two different materials are being injected from the inlet?

Hope this makes sense, if not let me know and i will try to clarify.
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