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Old   December 30, 2014, 04:53
Default Sediment modeling in ANSYS Fluent
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Hello every one

I,m Master Student in Shiraz University and My Proposal is about Modeling Sediment in Fluent and stuck in it.

Major problem is to how model two phases in Fluent and how to place the sand in exact location of canal.

I,ll be so thank full if someone help about tis issue .

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hi, i thinks it is possible with eulerian method
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Old   January 9, 2015, 10:15
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You can try also dpm-DEM and injection from file.
Look at the DEM-fluidized bed tutorial.
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Old   February 3, 2015, 04:19
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ghost82

hi again
I stick in it and don,t find anything to help me, can you give me a link or other thing to solve this issue

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Have ever looked theory guide or user manual!?
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Old   February 3, 2015, 14:17
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Have ever looked theory guide or user manual!?
I read manual HyperNova and I couldn,t find useful things
Do you have any suggestion or sources to help me bro

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Old   February 4, 2015, 03:11
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Hi Shahab,
You can use the DPM, Eulerian and Mixture multiphase models to simulate the sediment in the Ansys Fluent software. There are some tutorial examples about these models in the software Help. Depending on your case, you can apply any of the models.
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DPM is designed for dilute flows, not for dense flows like sediment transport!
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Old   February 5, 2015, 12:04
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DPM is designed for dilute flows, not for dense flows like sediment transport!
The particles concentration in sediment transport may be high or low.
In most/some cases, the DPM model CAN be used!
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I suggest you to use Flow3D, it's specificly designed for that. If you're trying something related with river hidrodynamics delft3D is the most recomendable option.

Fluent does not have modelling capabilities to represent with enough presicion the phenomena of sedimentation and scour.
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