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Old   July 20, 2009, 07:35
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i have injected solid particles in a river in order to study how many particles trapped . the diameter of particles are between 1 and 1000Ám. the solution is converged when tracking particles having size from 1 to 120 Ám but it doesn't converge when the diametre of particles>120Ám .can you help me to resolve this problem
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i have injected solid particles in a river in order to study how many particles trapped . the diameter of particles are between 1 and 1000Ám. the solution is converged when tracking particles having size from 1 to 120 Ám but it doesn't converge when the diametre of particles>120Ám .can you help me to resolve this problem

Try turning off DPM interaction with continuous phase if you can assume they don't have any effect on the continuous phase.
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