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Old   January 23, 2008, 00:21
Default GRANULAR SLURRY USING KINETIC THEORY
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shehab abdelrahman
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i want to use fluent to simulate the two-phase slurry flow (liquid-solid)using the kinetic theory. i don't know how to set up the viscosity of the granular flow. the fluent need to input Lennard-Jones parameters ( segma) and (epsilon/boltzmann constant). i don't have these parameters for the sand particles, can you help me in this issue.
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