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Old   March 15, 2007, 02:56
Default Granular model with 2d axisymmetric
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Hi, all I am studying spouted bed by granular model with axisymmetric. However if I choose 2d axisymmeric, a sand phase does not be moved.(symmetry condition is OK) Has someone encouted same problem ?

The Model descriptions are Particle size is 1.41mm, density is 2500kg/m3 restitution is 0.9, Gas is Air, inlet velocity is 0.594-1m/s, Drag function & granular viscosity is gidas model,parcking limits is 0.59 turbulent model is mixture k-epsilon, other parameters are default, bed height is 325mm, column diameter is 152mm and orifice diameter is 19mm.

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Old   August 8, 2010, 18:42
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