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Old   March 6, 2001, 08:45
Default How to model collision of the transport particles
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Hi, everyone,

Who has experience of modelling collision, segregation, aggregation between particles when particles transport. Is there a model in FLUENT, which combines multiphase flow and collision, segregation and aggregation between transport particles?
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