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Old   April 20, 2006, 04:27
Default URGENT: Divergence in equation
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I was trying to use the Mixture Model in multiphase, but in the user guide, they said that if Stokes number St>>1, so the mixture model is not available. Is there someone who know in which equation the St number goes? Why Fluent does not allow a high St number in this case?

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