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Old   March 12, 2002, 04:50
Default how to run?
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how to run the program about p203(1D SOLIDS TRANSPORT IN WATER)

AUTOPLOT USE file phi 5

da 1 u1; da 1 uliq col3 1;blb4 2;scale y 0 .015 redr msg 1st-phase velocity msg blue PHOENICS + analytical msg press to continue pause cl screen da 1 r1; da 1 rliq col3 1;blb4 2;scale y 0 1. redr msg 1st-phase volume fraction msg blue PHOENICS + analytical msg press to continue pause cl msg press e to END enduse

TEXT(1D SOLIDS TRANSPORT IN WATER TITLE DISPLAY The problem considered is the one-dimensional vertical flow of spherical particles by water in a duct. The inlet void fraction is 0.4 and the ratio of the solids mass inflow rate to that of the gas is 0.5. The duct area is 1 m**2 and the height is 1m. The particles are 100 microns in diameter and the density ratio is 2.6. The inlet liquid velocity is taken as twice the particle terminal velocity. The task is to predict the volume fractions and phase velocities throughout the duct. The calculations employ the built-in particle-fluidisation drag model (CFIPD=7.), which uses the Ergun correlation for void fractions less than 0.8 (dense fluidisation), and a modified spherical-particle drag correlation for void fraction greater than 0.8 (dilute fluidisation). The test case provides a test of both dense and dilute suspensions according to the setting of DENSE. In both cases the PHOENICS predictions show excellent agreement with the approximate analytical solutions. ENDDIS

* CONPHS=1 selects 1st phase as the continuous ( gas ) phase

and thus CFIPS=GRND7 * =2 selects 2nd phase as the continuous ( gas ) phase

and thus CFIPS=GRND8 * VARLAM=T tests coding in GXCFIP when ENUL is variable * CFIPD=7. selects the particle-fluidisation drag correlation * DENSE=T selects test of Ergun interphase drag model

=F '' '' of Dilute particle drag model BOOLEAN(VARLAM,DENSE);INTEGER(CONPHS);VARLAM=T;CON PHS=1 DENSE=T * for 1dx calculation set: CH1=X;CH2=U1;CH3=U2 * for 1dy calculation set: CH1=Y;CH2=V1;CH3=V2 * for 1dz calculation set: CH1=Z;CH2=W1;CH3=W2 CHAR(CH1,CH2,CH3);CH1=X;CH2=U1;CH3=U2

CH1=Y;CH2=V1;CH3=V2

CH1=Z;CH2=W1;CH3=W2 REAL(MRATIO,XLEN,UINL,UINP,UIN1,UIN2,R1IN,R2IN,REY P,DIAMP,DENRAT) REAL(UTERM,RINL,RINP,FLOW1,FLOW2,dens,RHOL,UMF,DEL RHO) XLEN=1.0;RHOL=1000.0;dens=2600.0;DENRAT=dens/RHOL IF(DENSE) THEN + RINL=0.4;MRATIO=0.5 ELSE + RINL=0.6;MRATIO=0.2 ENDIF DELRHO=dens-RHOL;DIAMP=100.E-6;ENULA=1.0E-3/RHOL;RINP=1.0-RINL ** compute minimum fluidisation velocity & Re UMF=DIAMP**2*DELRHO*9.81*RINL**3/(180.*ENULA*RHOL*RINP) umf ** compute terminal velocity of particles REYP=UMF*DIAMP/ENULA UTERM=9.81*DELRHO*DIAMP**2/(18.*RHOL*ENULA) uterm REYP=UTERM*DIAMP/ENULA UINL=2.*UTERM;UINP=MRATIO*(RHOL/dens)*(RINL/RINP)*UINL uinl uinp IF(CONPHS.EQ.1) THEN + UIN1=UINL;UIN2=UINP;R2IN=RINP;R1IN=1-R2IN ELSE + UIN1=UINP;UIN2=UINL;R1IN=RINP;R2IN=1-R1IN ENDIF ** compute analytical liquid volume fraction & velocity REAL(AA,BB,CC,QL,QP,ROUTL,DELR,UOUTL,UOUTP) QL=UINL*RINL;QP=UINP*RINP IF(DENSE) THEN ** assume viscous term of Ergun correlation dominates AA=150.*RHOL*ENULA/(DELRHO*9.81*DIAMP*DIAMP) BB=AA*QL;AA=AA*(QL+QP);ROUTL=RINL DO JJ=1,6 + DELR=(ROUTL**3+AA*ROUTL-BB)/(3.*ROUTL**2+BB) + ROUTL = ROUTL - DELR ENDDO ELSE ** assume Stokes flow ROUTL=0.9;AA=DELRHO*9.81*DIAMP*DIAMP/(18.*RHOL*ENULA) DO JJ=1,6 + BB = (1.-ROUTL)*(AA*ROUTL**4.65-QL)+QP*ROUTL + CC=4.65*AA*ROUTL**3.65-5.65*AA*ROUTL**4.65+(QL+QP) + DELR=BB/CC + ROUTL = ROUTL - DELR ENDDO ENDIF routl UOUTL=QL/ROUTL;UOUTP=QP/(1.-ROUTL) uoutl uoutp

GROUP 1. Run title and other preliminaries

GROUP 2. Transience; time-step specification

GROUP 3. X-direction grid specification GRDPWR(:CH1:,20,XLEN,1.0)

GROUP 4. Y-direction grid specification

GROUP 5. Z-direction grid specification

GROUP 6. Body-fitted coordinates or grid distortion

GROUP 7. Variables stored, solved & named ONEPHS=F;SOLVE(P1,:CH2:,:CH3:,R1,R2) Activate storage for printout of interphase drag properties STORE(REYN,VREL,CFIP,SIZE,ULIQ,RLIQ)

GROUP 8. Terms (in differential equations) & devices

GROUP 9. Properties of the medium (or media) IF(CONPHS.EQ.1) THEN + RHO1=RHOL;RHO2=dens ELSE + RHO2=dens;RHO1=RHOL ENDIF IF(VARLAM) THEN

Use ENUL=ENULA+ENULB*TMP1 + STORE(TMP1);ENUL=LINTEM;ENULA=1.E-6;ENULB=0.0;TMP1=CONST ELSE + ENUL=ENULA ENDIF

GROUP 10. Inter-phase-transfer processes and properties IF(CONPHS.EQ.1) THEN + CFIPS=GRND7;VARMIN(R2)=1.E-10 ELSE + CFIPS=GRND8;VARMIN(R1)=1.E-10 ENDIF ** CFIPA = minimum slip velocity CFIPB = bubble size CFIPA=1.E-4;CFIPB=DIAMP;CFIPD=7.

GROUP 11. Initialization of variable or porosity fields FIINIT(U1)=UIN1;FIINIT(U2)=UIN2;FIINIT(R2)=R1IN;FI INIT(R1)=R2IN FIINIT(RLIQ)=ROUTL;FIINIT(ULIQ)=UOUTL

GROUP 12. Unused

GROUP 13. Boundary conditions and special sources FLOW1=RHO1*UIN1*R1IN;FLOW2=RHO2*UIN2*R2IN INLET(IN,CELL,$1,$1,$1,$1,$1,$1,1,1) VALUE(IN,P1,FLOW1);VALUE(IN,:CH2:,UIN1) VALUE(IN,P2,FLOW2);VALUE(IN,:CH3:,UIN2) OUTLET(OUT,CELL,%1,%1,%1,%1,%1,%1,1,1) ** use expected outflow velocities to allow for slip

in the exit-cell outflow IF(CONPHS.EQ.1) THEN + COVAL(OUT,P1,RHO1*UOUTL*1.E2,0) + COVAL(OUT,P2,RHO2*UOUTP*1.E2,0) ELSE + COVAL(OUT,P1,RHO1*UOUTP*1.E2,0) + COVAL(OUT,P2,RHO2*UOUTL*1.E2,0) ENDIF PATCH(GRAVITY,PHASEM,1,NX,1,NY,1,NZ,1,1) IF(CONPHS.EQ.1) THEN + COVAL(GRAVITY,:CH3:,FIXFLU,-9.81*(1.-RHOL/dens)) ELSE + COVAL(GRAVITY,:CH2:,FIXFLU,-9.81*(1.-RHOL/dens)) ENDIF

GROUP 15. Termination of sweeps LSWEEP=250 RESREF(P1)=1.E-12*(FLOW1+FLOW2) RESREF(R1)=1.E-12*FLOW1;RESREF(R2)=1.E-12*FLOW2 RESREF(:CH2=RESREF(R1)*UIN1;RESREF(:CH3=RESREF (R2)*UIN2

GROUP 16. Termination of iterations

GROUP 17. Under-relaxation devices REAL(DTF);DTF=0.1*XLEN/UINL/N:CH1: RELAX(R1,LINRLX,0.3);RELAX(R2,LINRLX,0.3) RELAX(:CH2:,FALSDT,DTF);RELAX(:CH3:,FALSDT,DTF) RELAX(CFIP,LINRLX,0.3)

GROUP 18. Limits on variables or increments to them

GROUP 19. Data communicated by satellite to GROUND

GROUP 20. Preliminary print-out

GROUP 21. Print-out of variables OUTPUT(CFIP,P,P,P,P,Y,P);NXPRIN=1;NYPRIN=1;NZPRIN= 1

GROUP 22. Spot-value print-out IF(:CH1:.EQ.X) THEN + IXMON=NX/2;IZMON=1;IYMON=1 ELSE + IZMON=NZ/2;IXMON=1;IYMON=1 ENDIF IF(:CH1:.EQ.Y) THEN + IYMON=NY/2;IXMON=1;IZMON=1 ENDIF TSTSWP=-1

GROUP 23. Field print-out and plot control

GROUP 24. Dumps for restarts

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Old   March 20, 2002, 12:32
Default Re: how to run?
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You can run the P203 Library test case, using PHOENICS-VR Version 3.4, as follows...

Start PHOENICS-VR. Click on... File, Load from Libraries, and then you will be prompted to enter the Case number. Then type in P203, and then click on OK. The model is then read in to PHOENICS-VR and plotted on the screen. Then, to run an analysis of the model using the PHOENICS EARTH code, click on Run, then Earth, then OK. When the analysis run has finished, you will be left with a plot of the model on the screen again. Then, to view the results - contours,etc, click on Run, and then pick the VR-Viewer, to view the results as normal.

In versions other than PHOENICS Version 3.4, you follow a similar procedure to the above, where PHOENICS-VR exists. However, for older versions, you may need to use Satellite instead. Even if PHOENICS-VR exists, for some older versions you may need to use Satellite, because some older library test cases may not have been converted to be compatible with the version of PHOENICS-VR that you have.

I tested P203 with PHOENICS-VR Version 3.4, today, on 20th March,2002, and it was read in and analysed successfully.

Regards,

Pete (Dr. Peter Bailey)
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