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Old   September 19, 2011, 06:46
Default coalChemistryFoam coalCloud Collision
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Hello

I noticed that coalCloud which is being used in coalChemistryFoam has no collisions included. I need to model coal cloud collision. The current version of coalCloud is just KinematicCloud.

as we see in coalCloud.H
Code:
    typedef ReactingMultiphaseCloud
    <
        ReactingCloud
        <
            ThermoCloud
            <
                KinematicCloud
                <
                    Cloud
                    <
                        coalParcel
                    >
                >
            >
        >
    > coalCloud;
Again coalParcel is just KinematicParcel with out collision.

Any body considered coalChemistryFoam with collision?

or anybody guide me how to include the collision in to coalCloud?

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