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Old   May 22, 2015, 02:15
Default Modelling the capture of dust particles by water droplet
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Hello everyone.
I'm going to model an wet air cleaner and so I should model the interaction of many particles with many droplets. I want to use Ansys Fluent. I think I should use eulerian-eulerian- lagrangian approach. But, I don't know how to model the interaction of particles with water droplet. can anybody help me??

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