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Old   January 9, 2006, 01:20
Default Syamlal-O'Brien gas-solids flow model
Juliana P
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There are many models to use for modelling gas-solids flow. I read from the replies of the forum that Syamlal-O'Brien may be a good model to use. Where can I get information on their works? I can't seem to find. Can anyone suggest some papers please.

thanks a lot in advance JulianaP
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