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Old   December 27, 2010, 09:09
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hello everybody,

i m to simulate the cotton flowing with air in pipes having bends. can anybody help me in this context. im a beginner with fluent.
so plz help me in defining materials and in defining models and than species..

thanking in anticipation

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i m trying to simulate air and cotton multiphase in fluent give any idea
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