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Old   February 24, 2007, 10:40
Default I am wondering if there is any
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I am wondering if there is any Musig (Multi-Size Group) code that is available in OpenFoam. I was told that CFX has something on that which brings population balance into the multiphase flow model.

I am still a new learner on OpenFoam so I do need alot of guidance.

Help appreciated with thanks
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Old   February 25, 2007, 17:47
Default Hi, I am new to OpenFoam
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I am new to OpenFoam as well, but I don't think it has any in-built population blance capability. I have extensive population blance modelling experience with CFX and you don't want MUSIG in OpenFoam. A more generic implementation of a classes or moments method in OpenFoam would be better.

If I ever get the time to learn OpenFoam I might add these techniques.
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