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Old   February 2, 2014, 12:14
Default Temperature of solid in free board of bubbling fluidized bed
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I am simulating a 2D bubbling fluidized bed using Eulerian-Eulerian two phase flow to know heat transfer and hydrodynamics. the inlet gas temperature is maintain at 473 k and solids particles are at 300 k. from the post processing i'm getting correct temperature for solid up to solid present in the bed, after that i'm getting temperature of solid equal to temperature of gas in the free board even their is no solid present in the free board. why i'm getting this and what should be the temperature of solid in the free board
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