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Old   October 18, 2021, 06:47
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I wnna simulate a case with two different types of fluids via FLUENT and the fluids are im-miscible. the Renold number is low(500-7000). How should I chose the flow model? laminar or turbulent model? And how to decide to chose the model,just via Renold number or there are other standards to chose the flow model?
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