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Old   March 14, 2016, 13:11
Default Source term, which expresses the momentum force on the gas flow due to the elec-field
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Hello Everyone,

I'm modelling a 2D electrostatic precipitator model in fluent. The electric field is already implemented and works. Now I need to couple the "flow and particles" with the electric field.
Based on my findings, a source term (S), which expresses the momentum force (N/m2) on the gas flow due to the electric field need to be added to the Momentum equation known as Navier-Stokes.
"S" Is defined as: S = ρ E
Where
ion ρ is the ion charge density (C/m3) and
E is the electric field intensity (V/m)

I donít know how I can apply the above to my model. I have a feeling that this is a basic question; however I am a beginner,
I really appreciate your help and expertise
Thank you
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Old   September 14, 2022, 14:35
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Hi Mahan,

Have you completed your project of simulation? If yes, would you please share with me the way you coupled the electric field to ions and generating wind?

I have similar project in 3D and woundering how to implement the same.

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