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Old   March 27, 2011, 14:45
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I've just started to use the program (so unfortunately I'm a beginner! 8(, anyway) and I need to simulate a laboratory experiment which examines gravitational flow in a flume. Should I define two different liquids in a surface body? If that's the case could to help me assigning those fluids in the body of my 2D model?

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