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Old   December 7, 2012, 09:16
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hi dears
can I simulate nanofluid with DPM ?
I read some text that said it is accurate for low volume fraction (less than 10 ).
but I read some text about DPM that said you cant use DPM for nanosized.
please help me .
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I think so, as long as the volume fraction is really small (<0.12), I think it is OK with DPM. But there may some problems with the interaction.
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I think so, as long as the volume fraction is really small (<0.12), I think it is OK with DPM. But there may some problems with the interaction.
thanks ,
can you tell me which model I have to use ?
I wanna simulating ferrofluid .
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