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Old   January 30, 2012, 06:21
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Hi dear colleagues, I would like to obtain an axial plot of solid volume fraction versus height in a gas-solid fluidized bed reactor. Which surface monitors are best suited for this line/rake or points? In addition which is the best suited report type, facet average, mass weighted average, etc etc? In addition I also want to obtain a plot of bed density versus bed height as shown in the article whose link I have given here http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/aic.11824/pdf.

How do I go about it? Thanx!!!
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Hello people I desperately need help for my problem. Waiting to hear from you out there!
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Hi dear colleagues, I would like to obtain an axial plot of solid volume fraction versus height in a gas-solid fluidized bed reactor. Which surface monitors are best suited for this line/rake or points? In addition which is the best suited report type, facet average, mass weighted average, etc etc? In addition I also want to obtain a plot of bed density versus bed height as shown in the article whose link I have given here http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/aic.11824/pdf.

How do I go about it? Thanx!!!
It does not really matter whether you use line/rake/point unless you have a very coarse mesh. You can use DPM concentration to plot the concentration of solids vs height.
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