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asal March 28, 2013 10:47

How to apply Eulerian-Eulerian model in FLUENT
 
Hello!

I want to release particles with the release rate of 200 cfu/min by applying Eulerian-Eulerian model from a surface!
I search for it throw the internet and Fluent manual, but I can not find anything helpful in this area. Do anybody know any text or manual which I can use to setup this method?
Thanks.

oj.bulmer March 28, 2013 11:10

Have you explored Langrangian DPM? Why insisting on Eulerian model?

OJ

asal March 28, 2013 20:00

Hello!

Because I am interesting to particle concentration of particles in some certain areas and not trajectory of the particles. As I know this will achieved by Eulerian-Eulerian model.

A CFD free user March 29, 2013 08:14

As far as I know, in Eulerian multiphase model you need to patch your particles in a specified zone, define a zone for your particles and patch it in initialization. If the particles concentration is lower than 12%, I suggest mixture model. It's somehow easier than Eulerian model to handle.

asal March 29, 2013 17:19

Hello!


Do you have any tutorial for applying mixture model? In this model can I release particle from a surface and measure the particle concentration in another part of geometry?


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