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I need to simulate a solid body that breaks apart while moving through a fluid using FLUENT software. Since FLUENT does not directly have this capability, I want to inject a number of particles in very close proximity to each other a specific location so that it will mimic one large solid clump. The idea is that as the fluid moves and these particles move away from each other along different flow streamlines, then it will mimic the phenomenon of particle breakage. Is this possible?
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