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Old   October 7, 2011, 03:57
Default Use data from multiphase into DO radiation
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Hi all,

I am modelling multiphase flow in a vessel and the results that I obtain (volume fraction of solids) will be used in the DO radiation model in Fluent to model the radiation intensity within the vessel. The 2 models (Euerian multiphase and DO radiation) cannot be used at the same time so I have to perform each of them independently. The volume fractions values (for each cell) that I obtained in my Eulerian multiphase model need to be used as a materials property input (absorption/scattering coefficient will be a function of volume fraction of solids) for my DO radiation model.
My question is: how do I export those volume fraction results (for each cell) that I obtained in my multiphase model and use them as an input to the materials property in my radiation model?
I hope that I have defined my problem properly. Thanks for your help,

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