|September 6, 2013, 18:35||
Bent-Over plume modeling
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Greenville, South Carolina, USA
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Hope everything is going great with you guys.
I am involved in modelling turbulent bent-over plume in a turbulent atmospheric boundary layer. In addition, I have to release some particles inside the generated velocity filed, due to plume and boundary layer, then see where they are going to land?
I was wondering to know which CFD package has this ability to perform such calculations simultaneously for me? It doesn't matter if it is a commercial package like comsol or openSource package like fire dynamic simulator.
By the way, I am familiar with openfoam but unfortunately much as I tried to find such examples I couldn't!!
With grateful appreciation of your time and consideration, beforehand;
|bent-over plume, fire simulation, particle tracking|
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