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Old   April 14, 2013, 13:32
Exclamation Ishii-Zuber Drag law in fluent ?
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I'm trying to simulate an airlift reactor using multiphase Eulerian-Eulerian model. Is it possible to use the Ishii-Zuber drag law in FLUENT ? I'm not getting the right gas-holdup profile with the default Schiller-Naumann drag coefficient. I'd really appreciate any help here !
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