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Old   September 15, 2023, 18:50
Default Nanoparticle Size in Single-Phase Simulation
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I'm modelling flow of nanofluids in pipe and implementing single phase approach.I really need to know how to set the size of nanofluid particles in Fluent. The particle has a diameter but I don't know where to set this diameter in Fluent.

May anyone please help me where can i input this data?

Thank you so much.
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