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Old   March 4, 2014, 14:38
Default About solidus/Liqudus temeprature when deifne a new material
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Hi to all,

How do I can define two specific solidus temperature and Liquidus temperatures for a mix material? each material in the mix has a specific properties regarding Solidus/Liquidus temperatures. so I need to give the correct property of each material for a mix material in Fluent.

As I was through the Fluent, It seems Fluent just follow one "constant" value for solidus temperature and one for Liquidus temperature for each material.

any helps?

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