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 //Phys. Rev. E, **47**, 1815--1819// //Phys. Rev. E, **47**, 1815--1819//
  
-This paper introduces the well-established Shan-Chen model for multicomponent and multiphase fluids. A local body-force is added to account for the intermolecular interaction between two fluid components or phases. The model is straightforward, and impressive results are obtained with fairly little effort. Although the Shan-Chen model experiences difficulties in some regimes (it develops for example numerical instabilities for high density ratios between fluid components), it is therefore widely used.+This paper introduces the well-established Shan-Chen model for multicomponent and multiphase fluids. A local body-force is added to account for the intermolecular interaction between two fluid components or phases. The model is straightforward, and impressive results are obtained with fairly little effort. The Shan-Chen model is therefore widely used, despite potential numerical deficiencies in some regimes (it may for example be unstable for high density ratios between fluid components).
  
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