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Old   March 29, 2004, 04:56
Default Electric charge
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Szabolcs Varga
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Dear Everyone, Could you please help me out whether I can define electric charge on discrete particles using the Fluent MHD module. I would like to calculate trajectories of charged particles in a gas stream (low electric conductance) under imposed elecrtic field. In the manual the equations are deduced considering the charge density for the Lorentz force calculations and later it says that the fluid must be sufficiently conductive so that space scharge effects can be neglected. Thanks in advance, Szabolcs
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