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Old   April 27, 2016, 16:50
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Hi i want to model a pipe that air flows in and other pipe inside this pipe that contain water flow.The mach number of air is 4,and
my problem is that i want to simulate in fluent and what should i choose density based or pressure based method to solve this problem?
what are the other ways to simulate this physic?
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Use density based. You'll probably get divergence errors and then blame everything on Fluent.

I recommend you do some CFD tutorials.
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