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Old   May 5, 2003, 22:15
Default DPM convergence. HELP!
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winnie
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Hello,

I am trying to simulate laminar bubbly flow in vertical pipes using DPM provided in Fluent.I have defined my own body forces and drag force using UDF and the two-way coupling is considered. After I got the converged continuous phase flow field, I add the bubble injections with body and drag forces. The computation haven't been converged after about 30,000 iterations and the iteration process seems run into a circulation.

Hope anyone who has experience in DPM calculation can give me some suggestions!!

Thank you!!!

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winnie
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Old   May 5, 2003, 23:18
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Alex Munoz
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Hi

Search for a case posted here under the name Coupled DPM

By the way, do not forget to say thank you this time to the people who has help you!

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Old   May 6, 2003, 09:33
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winnie
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Hi, Alex Munoz

Thank you for your help.

I am sorry for my negligence! And thank you again for your reminding me!

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winnie
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