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Old   August 20, 2015, 10:11
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Hi Everyone,

I'm supposed to simulate the turbulent distribution of self-heating (radioactive) particles in a liquid sodium pool.

< We take this break so that you may all point at me and laugh >

Now, I have defined liquid sodium as User-defined Liquid in the Material Database and would like to plug it into my Lagrangian Multiphase Model as a background phase.

Is this possible at all? If so how? If not any thoughts about work-arounds e.g. would the Eulerian Multiphase Model work better for the stated purpose?

Thank you for your time and effort.
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