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Old   January 11, 2012, 01:00
Question bubbleFoam for pipe erosion modeling
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Hi Foamers',

I want to calculate the erosion rate in a pipe with multiphase flow (oil+sand), which has around sand volume fraction of 10-12%, so Euler-Lagrange model will be good enough, Is "bubbleFoam" is capable for my problem?

Also how to specify the injection type and drag model?

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Any help would be much appreciated

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