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Old   March 26, 2005, 21:54
Default how to define hybrid gas model?
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2 different gases :the argon of its mass flux 20 litre/minuteand 300K ,and Fe metal vapour of its velocity 150m/s and its temperature 10000K.their direction of flow is perpendicular and blending. how to simulate the blending? how to define the materials of their mixture?

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