# Defining fluid regions in a 2D geometry for a multiphase sedimentation problem

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 March 16, 2013, 13:52 Defining fluid regions in a 2D geometry for a multiphase sedimentation problem #1 New Member   Join Date: Mar 2013 Posts: 1 Rep Power: 0 Hey, This is my first time posting on this forum, although I've been a visiting for quite a while. Somewhat of a neophyte regarding CFD, I was hoping somebody could help me with a problem I am having. The task is to simulate a solid/fluid particle-laden flow. An initial suspension of sand in a water tank (2D, 1X1m) settles under the action of gravity. Making the geometry is itself, of course, easy. However, I'm stuck on how to define different regions as separate phases - an area 0.8m in height must be specified as water/sand mixture. ----------------EDIT------------------------ Just realised how silly/simple a question the above is and have obtained a solution. Please delete the thread. ----------------EDIT----------------------- If anybody could provide tips on how to solve this issue, I would be very grateful. Thanks in advance! Last edited by Emars; March 16, 2013 at 18:03. Reason: Figured out

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