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Default CFD-DEM particle injection
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Dear friends I am attempting to model a bubbling fluidized bed with dimensions 0.15m width and 0.9m height. I would like to inject 24000 particles into the domain and form a fixed particle bed. The 24000 particles with zero velocity are to be positioned at the centers of the grids and allowed to fall down under the influence of gravity in the absence of inlet jet gas. In the end I want to get a bed like the one shown herebed prepation.PNG. How do I go about this procedure in FLUENT?
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