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Old   January 19, 2008, 14:47
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Hi there!!! What if the domain is made of two phases (water and air) There is water spray producing fine water droplets. Apparently, It can be DPM used, but droplets are impacting on the obstacle and then descending to the water tank. How would you cope with that? Thank you for your suggestions!!! John
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