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Old   June 11, 2012, 21:17
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Hi all,

Im simulating heat transfer of particle curtains with Eulerian-Eulerian approach (Mutiphase flow).
In my geometry I have a rectangular box,at the top of the box there is a slot in which particles are curtaining.This slot is at the middle of the box but when I look at my results the slot has been moved a bit and it makes curtain shape antisymmetric.The numbers of elements are about 1,449,225.
I would appreciate if someone could help.

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