|June 3, 2012, 20:07||
Modelling droplet flows in separators
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Hi, I am still new to using fluent. How is it possible to model the droplet distribution outlet of the separators? I have tried using the eulerian model, specifying a droplet diameter of the oil (interfacial prop) but I am still unable to determine its outlet distribution. Is specifying one droplet diameter at the inlet sufficient to give a distribution at the outlet? If not, how will I be able to specify different droplet sizes at the inlet?
Can someone kindly give me a guide in doing this?
|droplet distribution, separation, separator|
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