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 fanke March 25, 2013 08:40

how to define the turbulent kinetic energy and turbulent dissipation rate?

hi,
a problem has occured to me, that is how to define the turbulent kinetic energy and turbulent dissipation rate in mutiphase flow of oil and water. if the inlet velocity is 5m/s and the diameter of the pipe is 70mm.

 mariam.sara March 26, 2013 16:09

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 kbaker March 26, 2013 16:14

Hi i am familiar with multiphase flow but i used only FLUENT code if you want to transfer to FLUENT i can guide you to the steps but with FLOW-3D i have no idea because i m not use it before.

 mahdi1 March 26, 2013 18:30

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 Originally Posted by fanke (Post 416212) hi, a problem has occured to me, that is how to define the turbulent kinetic energy and turbulent dissipation rate in mutiphase flow of oil and water. if the inlet velocity is 5m/s and the diameter of the pipe is 70mm. thanks in advance
Read paper with title NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE FLOW AROUND A RECTANGULAR CYLINDER NEAR A SOLID WALL.

You can find it in website of flow3d.

 fanke March 26, 2013 21:40

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 Originally Posted by mahdi1 (Post 416617) Read paper with title NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE FLOW AROUND A RECTANGULAR CYLINDER NEAR A SOLID WALL. You can find it in website of flow3d.
mahdi and Khalid, thank you all.

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