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Old   April 13, 2006, 09:40
Default high mach number, and multiphase
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I want to know if it's possible to use fluent in the case where I have a High mach number (M=5) and the jet impact sand. I want to use the multiphase model, but I'm very limited: I can't use Eulerian model because my first phase is compressible, and I don't know if it possible to use the Mixture model? (my primary phase is gas, and the second one is a fluidized bed of sand) Can someone help me please!!!

I ant to predict the motion of the particulate phase.

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