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DPM TWO-PHASE how to obtain gasvelocity of air ?

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Old   October 5, 2014, 07:29
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Hello,

in my DEFINE_DPM_DRAG, I am trying to implent the syamlal o'brien model which is already implemented in FLUENT by default.

My Problem is, that I always get ACCESS Violation when I want to Access the velocity of the Primary Phase (in my case air) through C_U(c,phase_thread). I guess somehow I am having the incorrect thread passing to C_U macro.

What is confusing I am able to Access the volume fraction of the gas C_VOF(c,phase_t). I thought the thread of C_VOF and C_U have the the same thread pointer.

Can anybody tell me, which pointer I should use in C_U macro in DEFINE_DPM_DRAG ??


Hope for your help.

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