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Old   May 18, 2018, 03:36
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Hello. I am trying to simulate a compressible turbulent multiphase flow through a staplex cascade impactor using Fluent.The solver is density based with inlet mass flow rate and outlet pressure farfield. The solution is diverging. Is it possible that it is due to the complex 3d geormetry or is it possible to fix it in the setup?
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Dear Jennifer,

I know it is a quite interesting case, but since it is for Fluent, I guess you won't find any useful guide here.

BTW, why not try Converge for it? Just kidding.

Good luck.

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Hello. I am trying to simulate a compressible turbulent multiphase flow through a staplex cascade impactor using Fluent.The solver is density based with inlet mass flow rate and outlet pressure farfield. The solution is diverging. Is it possible that it is due to the complex 3d geormetry or is it possible to fix it in the setup?
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