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Old   May 8, 2013, 07:19
Default Eulerian air-particles: Solid pressure or Granular pressure?
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I am using the Eulerian multiphase model to simulate an air-particle flow. The volumefraction of the particles is rather high (initial 0.6), so I need to include particle-particle interactions. Which model should I choose, the solid pressure model or the granular pressure model? Thank you in advance for advices!
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