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Old   November 9, 2002, 04:58
Default Specification of both laminar and turbulent
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Laminar for gas phase while tubulent for liquid phase. But whent I write definition file, there is a wrong about inconsistence in physics option. Could anyone please tell me to how to specify it? Thanks.

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Old   November 9, 2002, 07:37
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And I think it is right. What is recommended in the manual is zero eqn model for the bubble and two-eqn model for the continuous phase. Everything I say I believe to be in the manual p. 426!!! In the section "Modelling advice for multiphase flow".
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Old   November 9, 2002, 20:42
Default Re: Specification of both laminar and turbulent
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Hi Holidays

Thanks, Holidays. In fact I have already read that section you advised. So you mean I'd better use combination of zero equation-two equation rather than that of laminar-two equation? But the Re of gas phase is very low, so what should I do?

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