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Old   December 3, 2014, 16:04
Default Non-spherical particles in steady flow
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Hello guys,

Is there a way to select the composite model, or any other way to model a non-spherical particle injected into a pipe with continuous fluid flowing inside?
The flow is Laminar, which is preventing me from selecting the Composite model from the Lagrangian model options.

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