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Old   February 26, 2005, 21:39
Default How to specify one phase in Two phase (Eulerian)
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I try to use Eulerian approach to simulate the gas-liquid flow.

In UDF(Fluent 6.0), I want to add one source term into gas phase. But I don't know how to specify the gas phase from the existed two phase. Could you help me for that or give me some information? Thanks a lot.
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