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Old   December 16, 2002, 00:57
Default Fluid-particle: turbulence modulation
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Dear researchers who are Modeling Particulate flow in a turbulent primary liquid flow:

I was expecting some modulation of turbulence of the primary liquid flow as I injected particles (then used 2-way coupling). Unfortunately, I don't see any difference of the fluid properties (e.g., turbulence kinetic energy for example) before and after the particle injections in the primary liquid flow..

Can anyone shed some lights in this matter??

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