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Old   July 2, 2011, 01:43
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hi,

i have to measure the pressure drop in pcpipes . in these pipes flowing fluid is pulverised coal & air.but in fluent we have no option for the mixture of pukverised coal &air,,,,,
please give me suggestions thats how can we create a mixture in fluent.

thnx in advance.
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Old   July 4, 2011, 05:02
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Hello,

In your case, you should use DPM(discrete phase model). At the inlet boundary conditions, you can set the coal injections in the air flow.
Normally, coal & air flow is under combustion condition but if you don't want to reaction, you can disable the check of volumetric and surface reaction.

Anyany, the advanced tutorial related coal combutstion could be helpful to you.
I hope your work will be done well.

Ju Yong Ko.
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Old   July 5, 2011, 00:30
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hi,,

thanx dear, i will try with your suggestion,,
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