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Old   January 24, 2008, 10:43
Default Fluidized bed
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Mario Nunez
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Hello to all, I have a fluidized bed with particles of diameter 'x' , and after some time I inject a few electrically charged particles of the same diameter (i do this trought a hole that is in the vertical middle of the column), i want to see the trajectories of this injected particles inside the bed, which approach should i follow.
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