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Old   May 11, 2012, 13:07
Default Fluid-solid flow in pipe model...need help..
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I have a aproblem to set up the proper model for Fluid-solid Flow in pipe.
I want to simulate the fluid transport ability (density of fluid is less than solid partical), which i will vary flow rate and density to see the proper condition the clean up the solid partical in the pipe....

Please give me the guide line....Thanks in advance
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My model will use volume fraction inlet as Fluid/solid = 80/20...
as the outlet side, when the velocity of the fluid is not sufficient, some of the solid partical should stay in the bottum of the pipe as stationary layer while some of the solid partical will dispered in the fluid phase.....any ideas....to help Thanks
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