# Multiphase

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 May 23, 2001, 23:44 Multiphase #1 Amir Al-Wazzan Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, We are simulating the air-solid flow using FLUENT. Our problem is that when we go to the multiphase model, it does not read the solid material as the secondary phase and the air only appears in the phases. How to copy the solid phase to the multiphase model as secondary phase? Amir

 May 24, 2001, 05:33 Re: Multiphase #2 Isa Guest   Posts: n/a Multi-phase in Fluent? Good luck!! - You're going to need it!!

 May 24, 2001, 09:28 Re: Multiphase #3 Lanre Guest   Posts: n/a Define your materials first. Go through the multiphase tutorials first before tackling your problem.

 May 25, 2001, 00:34 Re: Multiphase #4 Amir Al-Wazzan Guest   Posts: n/a Dear LANRE, Thanks for your reply. How can find tutorials about the Multiphase flow other than the explanation of Chapter 15 in the user guide? Amir

 July 2, 2001, 05:48 Re: Multiphase #5 Adel Ataki Guest   Posts: n/a Hallo, define-materials: give a name of your material and its physical properties. change/create:it will be inserted in the material database. You need to create it(if it is not exist in the database) again every time you start Fluent to solve a multiphase flow problem! define/models-multiphase: here you you can choose a material for the primary phase and the secondary one, and identify other physical properties such as surface tension and wall adhesion. best regards

 July 4, 2001, 11:43 Re: Multiphase #6 lucy Guest   Posts: n/a why can't I find the solid phase in the SENCONDARY PHASE,just only Air in this column?I have done everything. Thanks a lot

 August 6, 2001, 16:37 Re: Multiphase #7 Rodrigo Guest   Posts: n/a Did you load it on the materials window?

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