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Old   March 2, 2012, 07:23
Default Multi Species and Discrete Phase Modelling
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Does FLUENT allow for a simulation which has two chemical species (air and a vapour) and also a discrete phase all together? Also can turbulence be included (RANS, DES, SAS-SST, LES)?

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yes, your model will be multispecies and multiphase (sensu DPM)
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