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Old   May 28, 1999, 08:29
Default Discrete element method?
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Ki Ha Hong
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I'm interested in particle flow in the reactor. I have heard that DEM is a good numerical method for this problem. But I don't know about this method. what are good books and papers about this method? Thanks for any help.
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Old   May 28, 1999, 09:46
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nicolas cruz
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I'm researcher in cfd and work at the Laboratory from combustion and Propulsion from INPE Space research Institute Brazil. I like know more near from the this method.Thanks for any help.
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