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Old   March 19, 2008, 10:06
Default maximum particles' volume fraction for Lagrangian
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Hi everyone. I just want to know what is the maximum volume fraction of particle for Lagrangian particle modeling of CFX. I can't find it in the documentation, what's written is "quite low volume fraction". But in FLUENT, it's explicitly written as less than 10-12%. Is it also about the same range for CFX? Thanks!
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