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Old   June 25, 2017, 19:30
Default DPM steady state or transient
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dear friend, I am modeling a sedimentation tank which is used in water treatment to remove solid particles from water. I am going to calculate tank removal efficiency for some solids which are divided into 5 classes,the modeling is one way coupling, and I have modeled flow and it got steady state for water flow, my question is that should how should I use dpm, steady state or transient?
my main question is how to save time by using steady state mode?
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