May 12, 2023 at 3:25 pmMepalSubscriber
I am curious about “Mixture” when I activate the Eulerian multiphase more than two phases.
If I have only two Eulerian phases, In the contours of phases – volume fraction, there are only two phases shown.
However, if I have three Eulerian phases, In the contours of phases – volume fraction, there will have a Mixture shown.
Can someone explain to me what is the meaning of “Mixture” and why it appears when I activate more than two Eulerian phases?
May 15, 2023 at 10:32 amRobAnsys Employee
If you check the option above you'll see it switches to Phase ID when you pick it. It's not overly useful for most Eulerian calculations unless you have multifluid VOF and therefore distinct phases.
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