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Continuous mixing flow simulation in a Tank

Continuous mixing flow simulation in a Tank

Continuous mixing flow simulation in a Tank

Dear Ansys Fluent users,

I am new to this software, so I need help regarding a continuous mixing flow simulation in a Tank.
This simulation will be needed to predict fluid velocity in each department of the tank as well as the direction of the flow, knowingly that the tank will be equipped with 8 mixers (1 mixer in the center on tank, 7 others by its shell, all mixer will rotate with the same velocity but not necessarily in the same direction of rotation) hers a snapshot of the 3D model.

I need to know mainly two things:

1- Can this simulation be elaborated in Ansys fluent,
2- How difficult is the simulation on scale of 1 to 10.

Thank you

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