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siavash March 18, 2007 21:03

modeling particle transport in ansys cfx 10.0
 
hello how can I simulate particle transport(or deposition)in air using CFX10.0?please guide me.

Glenn Horrocks March 19, 2007 17:08

Re: modeling particle transport in ansys cfx 10.0
 
Hi,

Particle transport - see the lagrangian particle tracking in the CFX manual and tutorials.

Particle deposition - If you want to see where particles come to rest you might be able to do this is CFX depending on details. If you want to model deposition and build up of particles (eg a sand dune being blown by wind) you will need to link to a discrete particle model eg EDEM.

Glenn Horrocks

siavash March 19, 2007 19:55

Re: modeling particle transport in ansys cfx 10.0
 
Dear Glenn Horrocks Thankyou for your answer but there are very brief information in CFX help,how can I find CFX manual? best regards.

Glenn Horrocks March 20, 2007 16:51

Re: modeling particle transport in ansys cfx 10.0
 
Hi,

There is an entire chapter on particle modelling in the theory and modelling manuals. I use the PDF versions of the documentation, they are installed in <CFX ROOT>/help/pdf

Glenn Horrocks

siavash March 22, 2007 11:50

Re: modeling particle transport in ansys cfx 10.0
 
Hello Thanks for your answer,about particle deposition your advice is to link to a discrete particle model eg EDEM.what is EDEM?please describe more. thanks Siavash Ghassemi

Glenn Horrocks March 22, 2007 17:48

Re: modeling particle transport in ansys cfx 10.0
 
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pouyan November 23, 2010 05:17

Hi Siavash...



Did you find out how to simulate particle transport in CFX (fluent)???? Any tips????

ghorrocks November 23, 2010 06:13

Particle transport is easily done in CFX. There are a few tutorial examples which use it.

pouyan November 23, 2010 07:43

Can u let me know where I can check this tutorials?? I m simulating emmission particles ....... any tips??? or please giv me the links that have related information?!!!

ghorrocks November 23, 2010 22:21

Look in the tutorial manual, it is all listed there.


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