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Old   April 19, 2015, 23:07
Default strange results with the mixture pressure in Eulerian Model
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For gas-solid flow, I found (static pressure) of mixture > (total pressure- dynamic pressure) of fluid. According to my understanding of Eulerian model for multiphase flow, the pressure is shared by two phases, and the pressure of two phase or mixture should be equal.

Do you know how this happens? Please help me. The pressure is very important to my research, and this phenomenon has puzzled me for several weeks. Thank you very much.

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eulerian model, mixture, multiphase

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