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Old   September 9, 2004, 23:26
Default gas-solid flow in cyclone
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For the standardk-¶Ňmodel each quantity ¶’ the corresponding conservation equation of momentum or turbulence can be summarized in general form.

where ¶’ can be ¶Ň,k,u,the source term of gas and particle phase and so on. The source term can be defined when considering the interaction of particle-gas and particle-particle. However, I am not certain of whether I consider this in Discrete Particle Model when using Fluent 6.1 or not. On the other hand, if I use the Reynolds Stress Model to simulate the gas flow of cyclone, whether I can change the source term like the above? Your suggestions will be grateful for me. Thanks!
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