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Old   July 14, 2008, 07:13
Default Lift coefficients for Eulerian Multiphase Model
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Anastasios Georgoulas
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Hi all,

I am modelling the development of a fresh-water-sediment mixture into a saline-water tank. i am using the Eulerian multiphase model with 3 phases.

Saline ambient Water as the Primary Phase Fresh water as Secondary phase Sediment Granular phase as secondary phase

How can i take into consideration the resuspension ot Lift-up of granular phase particles according to the flow momentum?

Is it with the Lift Coefficient in the phase interaction panel?

If yes which value should i use as aproppriate?

Thanks very much in advance

Anastasios
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