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Old   April 23, 2004, 05:20
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F.K.
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Hi all,

I've a question concerning the two phase flow in a cyclone system. The flow consists of air and small water droplets and I want to determine the seperation rate under transient conditions. The result should a conclusiuon about how much (ml) will be removed from the system after 60 seconds. Is it possible to handle this kind of problem with Fluent ?

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Old   April 27, 2004, 03:34
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Hi,

Yes, you can do it.

How about the volume fraction of water?.

If it's less than 10%, DPM unsteady tracking is suitable.

More than 10%, Mixuture Model is suitable and time is unsteady.

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FJ
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