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Old   June 1, 2005, 03:32
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Good day to all. I am modeliing a flotation column using FLUENT in which three phase solids, liquid and gas interacts with each other. i am having problems with the specifying the inlet and out let conditions.

So if anybody wishes to help me, please contact me or leave his own contact.

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Old   June 1, 2005, 11:13
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This is not some consultancy-type forum. If you would explain your problem someone might be able to help.
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Old   June 1, 2005, 14:55
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thanks for your response. In my problem a slurry(water+ dispersed solids) is entering from the inlet at the top of column. the air is entering from the bottom of column. the air and solid particles will collide. i am interested in collision efficeicy of these air buubles and solid particles. there are oulet for concenetrate at top and tails at bottom. i have problem in specifying the inlet condition of sluury as it is mixture of water and solids. i am using eulerian multiphase model.
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Old   April 23, 2010, 03:37
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thanks for your response. In my problem a slurry(water+ dispersed solids) is entering from the inlet at the top of column. the air is entering from the bottom of column. the air and solid particles will collide. i am interested in collision efficeicy of these air buubles and solid particles. there are oulet for concenetrate at top and tails at bottom. i have problem in specifying the inlet condition of sluury as it is mixture of water and solids. i am using eulerian multiphase model.


hi Nadeem
i am doing a simulation on CFU(compact flotation unit) the physic processing is similar to yours
i use velocity inlet boundary conditions in inlet and gas and solid outlet, and pressure outlet boundary for water outlet. i don't know this boundary is viable or not. could you give me some suggestion? thanks!
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