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Default Effect of the MHD model on DPM particles
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Hello,

I am trying to quantify the effect of magnetic fields on discrete particles under fluid flow in a 2D bifurcation using the DPM and MHD model.

The magnetic field is oriented in a way such that I expect more particles to pass through one of the outlets.

I have no problem importing my magnetic field and visualising it and the induced B field.

However, when it comes to the DPM, the magnetic field does not influence the particle trajectories.

How can I fix this?

My current settings are:

for MHD, I make use of magnetic induction. First I intialize both MHD and DPM then I import my B field and run the simulations.


for DPM: I use interaction with the continuous phase, steady particle tracking and the physical models: Pressure Gradient force, Saffman Lift force and virtual mass force.
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