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Old   May 6, 2012, 04:17
Default how to define the velocity of coal when using DPM in modeling coal gasification?
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Hello, everybody. I am confused about one issue in modeling coal gasification,
How do you set the velocity of coal particle in DPM injection?
Is it supposed to be equal to the gas velocity?
I hope anybody can tell me what should I do?
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I hope sb can help me solve this problem, thank you!
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