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Old   October 11, 2018, 12:10
Default heat transfer in a fluidized bed
Muhammad Ali Uzair
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I have simple heat transfer model between air, sand and biomass. Both sand and biomass are granular. Initial conditions are 300 K. I let it run for sometime. But it is behaving abnormally. The temperature shouldn't drop below 300 K.

The boundary conditions are adiabatic walls, velocity inlet for air, and Pressure outlet.
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