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Old   June 1, 2009, 20:20
Default PDF model for two kinds of particles, possible?
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Hi there:

I read the user's guide of Fluent, it said that although it can allow two different fuel streams and one oxidizer stream, it should be one solid fuel and one gas/fluid fuel. What would happen if I inject in two different kinds of particles through injection panel? Is that valid?

Thank you very much! I have been confused with it for too long!
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