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Old   September 17, 2002, 05:44
Default About gas-liquid flow and turbulence
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Hi everybody, I'm studying airlift loop reactor and I've noticed that it was important to consider multiphase-turbulence-model by abling interphase momentum source. So I wanted to know when can I able this stuff ? I mean , must I wait that the 1st order with loose mesh is converged (before refining) ? Or do I have to able it at the beginning, knowing convergence will be difficult to reach ??

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