The physics interfaces for turbulent flow now includes the k-ω
A new Euler-Euler Model interface for modeling laminar flow of two
continuous and fully interpenetrating phases.
A new boundary condition, Interior Wall, in the Single-Phase Flow
physics interfaces. It makes it possible to define a wall condition
between two fluid domains. This is especially useful to model thin
walls as boundaries. You no longer need to define a solid domain with a
wall boundary condition on both sides, which can result in a dense
mesh. This boundary condition is also available in the Fluid-Structure
Interaction multiphysics interface (requires the Structural Mechanics
Module or the MEMS Module).