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Old   December 14, 2007, 08:57
Default How to give initial position to components
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I want to do traisiant analysis of mixing of some liquids and solid particles in a closed vessei with a blade , how do i give the initial position to the components
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Old   December 16, 2007, 21:19
Default Re: How to give initial position to components
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you may use CEL in EXPRESSIONS of CFX pre to define a function, such as, initial height of solid phase is 1000mm, volume fraction is 0.5 H = 1000[mm] Initialvolsold = step((H-z)/1[m])*0.5

then, at Inittial in cfx pre, define the initial solid fraction to be Initialvolsold best wish!

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