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Old   March 20, 2004, 05:20
Default RP & RSP for Gas Solid Flow
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Hello everyone,

How to specify the Reference Pressure in the domain and Relative Static Pressure at outlet for a gas-solid two phase flow in a vertical pipe? Thanks.

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Old   March 21, 2004, 17:31
Default Re: RP & RSP for Gas Solid Flow
Glenn Horrocks
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Hi Liwau,

Relative static pressure is a simulation variable - that is the simulation gives you that. You might need to specify relaite static pressure at a boundary depending on the type of simulation you are doing.

Reference pressure is the pressure to which the relative static pressures are referenced to. In general you set this to a pressure typical of the simulation, for instance if the pressure of the simulation is all near atmospheric, then set the reference pressure to 1 atmosphere.

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