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Old   October 23, 2009, 14:41
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Dear All

Am doing numerical simulations, based on the Riemann problem, for a compressible of gas-solid mixture two-phase flow, both gas and solid are compressible as well. All the variables are fine except the mixture temperature. When I plot the graph to view the discontinuity I get a very high numbers as you can see in the attached. Am new to this area and I wonder if these are normal results.
Is it possible to get such results and what is the typical application in real life? any advice....

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