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Old   April 18, 2020, 06:39
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1How to understand about multiphase flows,interactions between the particles and walls?I am a begginer, can any one please suggest a way to understand in depth behaviour of all the options used in fluent i.e stochastic number,implict volume fraction etc.I want to know really whats happening when we activate different options.
2.what are the pre-requisites inorder understand in depth about multiphase models?
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The subject itself is quite vast, however, fundamentals are important. To know about fundamentals, you can refer

To understand about the models used in Fluent, Fluent's Theory guide and the references therein are more useful.

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