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Old   March 21, 2016, 06:45
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Hi Everyone,
i'm modelling solar melting of Aluminium particles.
There is 3-phases: surrounding air, aluminium particle and molten aluminium.
I have choosen a Euler 3-phase model and for Radiation DO-model in Fluent.

Now the question is how can i model a non-transparent metal partikel or molten Metal as a Fluid in my 3-phase model. There is in Material Property a possibility to set Absoption/Scattering Coeff. and Refractive Index for semi-transparent Fluids but there is no Option for non-transparent Fluids.

Thank you
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