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Old   September 19, 2000, 09:50
Default Discrete phase model conditions
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I am working on a simulation that includes particles. Depending on the properties of the particles I would like to change between the discrete phase model conditions, reflect and trap. How can I do it?



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Old   September 25, 2000, 09:41
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Hesham El-Batsh
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I am using Fluent 4.4.7 to model particle deposition. I am changing the particle boundary conditions (trap, reflect) using a user-defined subroutine called USREFL.F. Some months ago, I tried to change over to Fluent 5 but I could not find a UDS that can perform the same calculations.
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Old   October 18, 2000, 10:20
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alice boussagol
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In fluent 5, you can change the particle boundary conditions in the boudary panel. Those options appear only while you activate the discrete phase.
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