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Old   April 22, 2012, 12:54
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I am trying to simulate blood with two phases as plasma(water) and using eulerian-eulerian multiphase model with rc as dispersed phase using the granular temperature thing..i hv specified restitution coefficient, specularity constant and johnson and jackson wall condition using FLUENT 6.3..But none of my residual graphs are converging..I tried to vary my mesh size as well..ut still then they are running parallel to the x i still need to specify slip velocity somewhere? or using some udf at the wll for slip velocity? or johnson and jackson condition itself is sufficient and would take care of that? please suggest. thank you.
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