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"Thermodynamically a phase refers to states of matter which we generally classified as solid, liquid and gaseous". (Clayton T. Crowe; Multiphase Flow Handbook).

Before we enter into any further discussion it is very important to understand what exactly do we mean by phase. From modeling point of view there is a slight modification from the definition. 

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Chemical reactions are very common in industry as well as nature. They are used as a crucial tool to enhance and control mixing, heat transfer, material formation and deposition, pollutant release, production processes etc. Any type of reacting flow involves strong coupling between reaction chemistry and flow physics. To design better reaction processes it is critical to simulate the reacting flow processing using CFD models. 

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Simulations have become an integral part of the product design process within electronic industry. Thermal management has always been a concern within any electronic assembly as electronic components dissipate heat. But with ever reducing size of electronic products and increased need to accommodate higher power, thermal management is now one of the key tasks of any design engineer dealing with electronic product design.

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The terminologies used in the study of multiphase flows are as follows :

Continuous phase or Primary phase : This is basically the carrier fluid, that is present in bulk.

Dispersed phase or Secondary phaseThis is the discrete phase which is usually in the form of  particles, droplets, or bubbles.

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LearnCAx conducted a CFD workshop in Chemical Engineering Department, MIT Alandi Pune for the third & final year students on 07th Feb'13. This workshop is intended for people who have had little or no experience with ANSYS ICEM CFD and ANSYS Fluent.

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