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Old   January 4, 2015, 02:27
Question Problem in calculating solid particles falling through a quartz tube
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Hi foamers!
I am a greenhand on OpenFOAM, and I'm going to calculate solid particles falling through a quartz tube with the sun direct on the surface of the quartz tube. Is there any solvers related to this problem?
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