|May 2, 2015, 05:39||
Adding SRF to multiphase solvers
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I'm looking into OF as an alternative to Fluent, which I use at the moment.
My case is a liquid-solid expanded bed (eg homogenous fluidized bed) with a rotatiing sparger at the bottom from where liquid enters the multiphase domain.
In Fluent I used a single rotating reference frame with an eulerian multiphase solver. Rotation speeds are < 30 rpm.
I've been looking around and I think this can be done via fvoptions. Does one of you have experience (good or bad) with this approach?
Thank you for your help.
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