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Old   May 17, 2011, 00:36
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Hi,

Does anyone knows how to simulate a mesh? As a matter of fact, I am studying fluidization and would like to model a distributor (mesh). I am not clear as to how to use the porous boundary condition in this case.

I am using Eulerian-Eulerian approach, with granular flow. Can anyone tell me how to define particle-wall restitution coefficient?

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Old   May 17, 2011, 02:19
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Creat separate zone called porous zone, there you can define
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Old   May 17, 2011, 05:28
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I am doing 3d simulation. So, what boundary conditions should I declare at the interfaces. Moreover, how do I calculate the inertial and viscous resistance terms for the phases considering the distributor to be of negligible thickness ? The purpose of having the distributor is to allow only one the phases to pass through it while inhibiting the flow of the other.
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Old   May 17, 2011, 05:31
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I am doing 3d simulation. So, what boundary conditions should I declare at the interfaces. Moreover, how do I calculate the inertial and viscous resistance terms for the phases considering the distributor to be of negligible thickness ? The purpose of having the distributor is to allow only one the phases to pass through it while inhibiting the flow of the other.
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