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Selection of Density for the Granular Phase in the Euler-Euler Method
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I am using the Euler-Euler method with the objective of simulating the interaction between a particulate and fluid phases.
As the air flows over a packed powder bed an aerosol is created.
I am confused as to what density to use: that of bulk powder (720 kg/m^3), as this is the initial state, or that of aerosolised powder (approaching 1.225 kg/m^3)?
I do seem to be getting more realistic results by setting the density value significantly lower than that of bulk powder.
Last edited by A.L.Verminburger; July 1, 2013 at 04:46.
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