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Old   May 25, 2022, 20:33
Default Multiphase Wall Boundary Conditions
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Hi!


I am currently trying to set wall boundary conditions up for my per phase realizable k-epsilon granular multiphase model.

For the wall boundary condition, I am unable to find *any* information regarding the "multiphase" tab and how to specify things such as: wall granular flux, wall granular temperature and wall restitution coefficient.

The user guide for some reason just skips over this tab when explaining wall boundary conditions (and googling does not help much other than helping me find the Johnson-Jackson paper) .

If you prefer, could you please guide me (or direct me to sources) regarding these?


Thank you very much and have a great day (or evening)!
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