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vagaikwa March 2, 2013 20:58

Pressure Driven Particulate Flow
 
Hello,
Can anyone please suggest which model in Fluent I should try for modelling a pressure driven flow 2D/3D in which i can specify the particulate concentration?
I was trying the DPM model. But it says that the volume fraction of secondary phase should be negligible. In my case its not.

Thanks for the opinions.

cfd^2 March 2, 2013 22:32

Quote:

Originally Posted by vagaikwa (Post 411109)
Hello,
Can anyone please suggest which model in Fluent I should try for modelling a pressure driven flow 2D/3D in which i can specify the particulate concentration?
I was trying the DPM model. But it says that the volume fraction of secondary phase should be negligible. In my case its not.

Thanks for the opinions.

Sir,

I think your problem can be solved in an Eulerian framework... so, what about trying mixture or Eulerian-Eulerian models?

Best regards,
cfd^2


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