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Old   October 9, 2016, 16:24
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hey guys...does anyone here knows how to model microbubbles in fluent and also gambit?...it is really necessary.
by the way, I mean microbubbles that are used for drug delivery. they have a shell made from lipid or polymer.and a core from gas.the drug is solved in the core. they are also used for ultrasonic imaging from body.
I will be really happy to know the answer as soon as possible.thanks
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