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Old   July 4, 2019, 02:43
Default How to inject uniform particles in Fluent?
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I'm using DPM in Ansys Fluent with 2 equation viscous model for a 2D CD nozzle with particle injection. For the viscous layer, I have very fine near the wall (as shown in the figure). And I found that fluent is injecting at the node points only (as shown in another figure). Is there any way I can uniformly inject those particles? And to see the effect of particles (i.e. Flow separation) what all physical models of Particle injection should I add?
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