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Old   March 7, 2021, 14:58
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Hello,

I am really new to CFD, sry if the question is too sily. Can someone please expllain to me how to use a passive scalar (UDS in Fluent) to modell the mixing of two fluids with different densities coming from two different inlets. Is it possible to use only one scalar? The flow is strongly laminar. Thank you!
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Does anyone has an idea?
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