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Old   October 19, 2002, 07:21
Default Drag coefficient for particulate suspension
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senthilkumar sundaradaj
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hai all My project is on particulate suspension flow.if anybody doing on this topic,please tell me the range of values and also the formula for calculating the same with variation of volume fraction .or suggest a book for particulate suspension flow. thanks in advance s.senthil
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Old   October 21, 2002, 12:56
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Wen Long
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I'm interested in this topic too, especially suspension due to separation of flow near boundary.

hand senthilkumar and thanks,
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Old   November 9, 2002, 07:37
Default Re: Drag coefficient for particulate suspension
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senthilkumar sundararaj
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hai wen thanks for ur reply.i need a help form u. could u tell me the range of value for drag coefficient for particulate suspension flow or specify the book which having all the details about particulate suspension flow. with regards s.senthil kumar
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