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Old   August 10, 2023, 11:31
Question Help, Population balance model, Kernel
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Hello, I am working with a multiphase model using the Eulerian approximation, the continuous phase corresponds to water while the other phases are air and a mixture.

My question is the following:
Is it possible to use for each secondary phase a different coalescing kernel? I see that in inhomogeneous PBM it allows entering two phases but it does not allow a specific kernel to be applied for each phase.

for the air phase I want to apply the Prince and Blanch coalescence, and for the mix I want to apply a kernel defined by a UDF.

Thank you so much.
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