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Old   February 17, 2006, 23:33
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venkat narayan
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i am working on liquid fluidized beds in FLUENT and im not able to get the required circulation patterns.. the solids velocity is reduced to zero.. hence the whole concept of fluidization is lost.. kindly help me its very urgent

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Old   February 17, 2006, 23:41
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hi venkat

let me know more details abt intial condtn wht models used for multiphase flows give more details abt modeling part if u have any problems , mail me i have done liquid fluidized bed using cfx

with regards

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Old   February 20, 2006, 09:01
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venkat narayan
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thanks for replying...

i have doubts in the boundary condtitions used for liquid fluidized beds. Using kinetic theory, how to fix the values of the restitution coefficients and the other parameters like bulk viscosity, and the likes.. what abt maximum packing fraction.. also what must be the initial values for the turbulence parameters.. I will send u a detailed mail if you can give ur email id please.. its very urgent.. And a very major doubt is.. how circulations occur in fluidized beds..

thank u..
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