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Old   January 2, 2008, 08:54
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mansih rane
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Hi,

I am currently working on modeling of FLUIDIZED BED. In this I have to impose wall boundary condition in terms of granular temperature.Anybody knows about writing UDF(User Defined Functions) for granular temperature.

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Old   January 28, 2008, 02:39
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shehab abdelrahman
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hi there: it seems like we work in the same field. I'm working in slurry flow with the kinetic theory. do you use the kinetic theory for the granular flow?. if so, my question is what is the Leanard-Jones parameters that must be set up in the material properties for the sand? do u hear about these parameters before. any way, for your question... the answer depends on what do u want exactly...if you want to use a fixed granular temperature at walls or do you want to impose a new formula for the granular temperature that is not included in the Fluent to solve the granular temperature in whole region?
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