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Old   March 12, 2016, 10:20
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Hello everyone, I am new to StarCCM+ and I had tried out some tutorials however I would like to request some advice from seniors over here. I am doing a project regarding hydrates and multiphase flows

1. How to input hydrocarbon fluids into StarCCM+ and make proper physics continuum for it? Defining the fluids is my challenge

2. Would StarCCM+ be a preferred choices for hydrocarbon hydrate studies?
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