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MFM is an acronym standing for "multi-fluid model", a feature of PHOENICS which is used for the representation of some turbulent-flow phenomena.

Its particular merit is that it permits calculation and use of the "probability-density functions" which describe practically-important properties of turbulence, in an economical manner.

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