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Old   September 5, 2006, 03:04
Default Yplus [y+] value for gas solid two phase flow
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P.R.Naren
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In modeling turbulent flow, it is essential that mesh/grid near the walls are decided in accordance to the yplus [y+] value and the wall treatment functions chosen in the model

Accordingly, how is yplus value computed for a two phase esp two phase gas - solid flow

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