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Old   September 19, 2022, 22:09
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I'm using Fluent Eulerian Multiphase model to model two-phase flow with carbon and Fe2O3 in a cylinder shown in attached picture. The outlet is in the bottom and the inlet is in the top. The loading of carbon and Fe2O3 is alternate with time(e.g. 200s for carbon, 400s for Fe2O3) so that the layered structure can be established. But with time proceeds, the layers get mixed. Do you know how to prevent mixing of them?
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