|December 5, 2001, 07:39||
Re: where can I find the cases of two-phase in a p
Some two-phase input-library case numbers are identified on CHAM's website at:
Most of these deal with liquid-gas flow, and library case P219 considers the two-phase solids-air flow in a pipe.
There does not appear to be a 2d example of solid-water flow in a pipe, but case P203 considers the 1d vertical transport of solid particles by water in a duct. Case P203 provides a test of both dense and dilute suspensions, and the PHOENICS predictions show excellent agreement with approximate analytical solutions.
All of the foregoing should provide sufficient guidance on how to use PHOENICS to simulate 2d solid-liquid flow in a pipe.
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