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Old   August 29, 2005, 03:28
Default How to add a drag correlation to my case?
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Eric
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Hello, everyone I simulate two-phase flow process in which the two phases are very seperated, so I need to give another correlation for my case." Md=Cd*al*ag*(Vl-Vg) " Is there anything special? I did as the user guide but failed. The solution is divergent. Anyone give some advice?

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