OK. Assuming the calcium is a "fluid" rather than a disolving solid make a multibody part (DesignModeler) or use ShareTopology (SpaceClaim) to get a conformal mesh. Label the volumes to suit. Then in Fluent you patch in the materials. Note, a granular phase has a packing limit, so always patch those at 0.01 below the limit to avoid interesting consequences.
If the calcium is disolving you have a different problem, and you may need to read up on moving mesh, surface reactions and UDFs.
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