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Old   October 27, 2005, 14:39
Default DPM model in FLUENT
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Jürgen Schmidt
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Hello everybody, I try to simulate a bubbly gas plume (volume fraction < 10 %) inside a large vessel filled with liquid melt at high temperatures (1600 °C). I was told that the DPM model is best suited for this problem, but to get into the topics I am looking for more information, literature, tutorials how to put the large number of DPM parameters in Fluent. I guess the behaviour of gas bubbles in melts is comparable with that one of gas in water. Up to now I have only less experience with DPM.... Thank you very much for your information in advance, Jürgen
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