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I am new in Ansys Fluent I would like to model the following process:
Water is flowing through a microchannel. There is a microparticle (biological cell par example) inside the microchannel. I would like to simulate the whole process, thus evaluating what kind of a pressure I need to move the particle in the microchannel.

Could you please tell me where I can foind a similar tutorial for microparticles movement in microchannels.

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