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Old   April 11, 2008, 10:18
Default density driven buoyancy in Euler multiphase model
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Hi,

I have water-air mixture. Body forces are the force of gravity and in certain region buoyancy acting on air sorrounded by water. How is the last force implemented to Fluent?

thank you indeed!
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