|January 3, 2004, 23:20||
can Gentra do that?
Happy new year to you all.
Now I am learning to use the stochasitc model of GENTRA. So first, I tried to simulate a benchmark case conducted by Snyder and Lumley (1971). this experiment consider the single particle dispersion in isotropic turbulence.
The reason I choose this case is that: the GENTRA used a random walk model proposed by Gosman and Ioannides (1981), in this paper, the simulated results agree well with the experimental data in Snyder's paper. However, I can not get a good agreement using GENTRA. Although the turbulent field is correctly simulated with a rng k-e model, the particle dispersion is underpredicted a lot.
so if anyone who have simulated this case and get a good results using GENTRA, can you post the inlet PIL here, or email to me. thanks a lot.
My treatment on the case: 1) reduplicate the geometry of the experiment including the grids plane and release particles at 20M.
2) treat the flow field a "frozen" one, assuming a one way coulping.
3) set the number flow rate of each parcel to 1 bead per second. totally 1000 parcel are tracked.
4) read the ghis file and do some counting, and find the lateral dispersion is not correctly simulated.
5) I used the corn (diameter: 87 microns, density 1000)
I have the q1 file, if interest, I can email it to you.
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