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Old   January 10, 2011, 19:58
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How can we simulate a cylinder that is filled with carbon powder in fluent?
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Old   January 12, 2011, 01:48
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hai Blaid

Is it possible to give some more specifications regarding your problem.

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Old   January 12, 2011, 11:19
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hi sri

thanks for your reply, to be more specific I have a cylinder with inlet on the top face and outlet on the middle of the side face and I have a small quantity of carbon powder at bottom of this cylinder. what I am trying to suppling air through the inlet which will blow the carbon and mix together.I want to simulate this process in fluent using a multi phase model so if you don't mind could you please give me a hint about how to do it.
your help will be appreciated.

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