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Old   May 14, 2015, 20:48
Default [Q]Mass conservation in CFBC?
Jinwhan Ryuk
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There are 3 particles in circulation fluidized bed cogeneration problem. Ash and limestone will go outlet but sand will be circulated in the domain. How does CFX solver satisfy mass conservation? Of course a part of sand also go outside through outlet. But I guess sand will be acuumulated in the domain during the calculation. Does the solver try to satisfy mass conservation automatically?
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