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Old   February 16, 2012, 22:20
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Hello Dear Friends I am modeling a gas-solid fluidized bed reactor and i would like to obtain a plot of the solid phase volume fraction versus the dimensionless radial distance (r/R). How do I go about it?
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Old   February 20, 2012, 03:14
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Hi Dear Friends I have found the solution to my problem and I thought of sharing with you all. First define horizontal lines in the 2D geometry. Secondly plot the solid volume fraction versus the radial distance ( horizontal lines) using the solution xy plot. Thirdly export this data to origin lab or excel. Lastly normalize the radial distance data based on the median of the radial distance and plot.
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