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Old   June 22, 2009, 10:58
Default dispersed k-eps turbulence model for multiphase
R. Roy
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Is it true that the k-epsilon dispersed turbulence model is appropriate only when the concentrations of the secondary phases are dilute ?
So this means if I have gas-solids fluidized bed and my inlet solids volume fraction is 35 % ; I cannot use this model ?

hoping for a quick reply.

yours sincerely.

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