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Old   April 8, 2002, 22:41
Default How to simulate ice-on-pipe flow by Fluent
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Hi,all. It's the first time that I come here to discuss with you. Nice to meet you. Now I want to simulate two-phase flow,that is, the ice and water flow for ice storage system. How to begin with Fluent? As I only do one phase flow simulation before, I have no idea about two phase now. Thank in advance.

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