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Old   November 26, 2007, 09:30
Default Regarding DPM species mass fraction
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Ashok kumar
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Hi I've a separator tank in which I want to separate dense particles by gravity. So the mass fraction of the discrete particle at the outlet should be lower than the mf at the inlet. If I set this condition the solver automatically changes it to inlet mf. Can anyone help me how to do this?

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