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Old   May 25, 2016, 01:46
Default Density inversion of two immiscible liquids
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Hello everyone,
I have to model a transient fluid flow where a denser medium is atop a lighter medium initially and gravity will gradually make the denser medium below and lighter medium above.plz give suggestions on how to model this density driven flow?
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