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Old   January 21, 2020, 05:04
Question (twophaseeulerfoam) How to make nuEff of solid equals that of water
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Hi everybody. I am now confused that why I changed the code nut_=pahse_1.nueff and it said phase_ did not declare in this scope even though I included the twophasesystem.H into the phasepressure model that I used for the solid turbulence model in twophaseeulerfoam. I saw "phase_1 and phase_2" are used in the twophasesystem.H and twophasesystem.C. Please help me and give me some suggestions. Thanks a lot. I attached the files.
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