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Old   February 24, 2004, 05:32
Default Macroscopic particle model (MPM)
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Is anybody familiar with macroscopic particle model (MPM) in Fluent wherein effects such as the blockage of fluid volume, the proper evolution of the drag force and torque experienced by the particles, particle- particle as well as particle-wall collisions, and friction dynamics are taken into account.

Please tell me how we have to work in that model.

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Old   October 26, 2017, 03:58
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I can help you! Just visit my channel on Youtube "Difotech" e see our tutorial about MPM! Ask in comment for info
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