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Old   April 30, 2011, 07:37
Default computational fluidization of irregular particles using fluent 6.3
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i have done phase holdup analysis of gas-liquid-solid fluidized bed using regular sized particles in fluent 6.3. Standard k-ε dispersed eulerian multiphase model with standard wall functions were while using for irregular particles,which model should be used. i want to know if it can be done without using udf and if possible how to enter the average sphericity value when udf is not used. please help me out
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irregular, sphericity

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