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Old   May 19, 2009, 14:28
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Hi!
I have to model the flow in a ashtma inhaler (with aerosol).
Does anyone have any idea how to do it??

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Old   May 22, 2009, 16:53
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I assume simulating the transport and deposition of aersolised drugs is the issue. Have a look for DPM (discrete phase modelling) on the internet/fluent manual. This will allow you to simulate and track aerosols.
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Old   May 24, 2009, 18:36
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Thx.I've done that and I got some results.the thing now is that I can't get the continuity to converge.all the other residuals converge with a criteria of 0.0001 or less but the continuity is 0.1 or more.
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