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Old   December 6, 2002, 20:26
Default Discrete Phase and multiphase
Pravir Rai
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(1)I am using smoke particle and air . Can anyone tell me whether I should use multiphase or discrete phase model? (2)If at the pressure-outlet of a pipe the pressure is atmospheric and I am taking operating condition(in FLUENT) to be atmosphere then Can I take the pressure-outlet to be at 0 gage pressure in the boundary conditions panel?
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Old   December 13, 2002, 04:14
Default Re: Discrete Phase and multiphase
Atul T. Shinde
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Whatever the pressure u eneter in is always with respect to the operating pressure. So u have to use o only in the condition.
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