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Old   April 17, 2018, 04:02
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I have been working on atomization of ceramic powder. I want to simulate this so i can study the impact of temperature and flow rate on the size of the granules.
I want to know, is it possible to do such thing using Ansys Fluent. If yes, how can i do it? I have never used Ansys.
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