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Old   January 22, 2006, 20:38
Default Discuss: yes or no?granular temp.
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my case is about pneumatic conveying in pipes. Using TFM with the kinetic theory, I could not find the equation on how to define the solid phase granular temp. on velocity inlet boundry condition. Is it same as the riser's setting 0.004(u*u+v*v+w*w)?

I would appreciate if you can share your experience with me and give me some advice on where i can find the equation.

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