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Hi everyone,

could anyone tall my if it is possible to use SPH and material law 51?  

I have to simulate a bottle filled for 97% with fluid and 0.3% with air and I'd like to use SPH method. 

Could someone help me?

Thanks in advance!


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Thanks @Pranav Hari for your replay, but in this tutorial air and water are solid, not sph and if I define different sph for air and water I don't know what type of interface I have to use between the two (I've already try with type7 but it does not work). 

Have you have some ideas about my problem?

Thank you! 

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