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Old   November 6, 2006, 17:04
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Fluent website tells a lot about Macroscopic Particle Model (MPM) developed by Madhusudan Agarwal and Andre Bekker, has anyone tried or used it? Is anyone familiar to developing such UDF's? I am solving for hydrodynamic behavior of a solid sphere in a pipe. The size of sphere spans several computational cells hence discrete phase modeling cannot be used in this case. Please help im really stuck !!

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Old   April 8, 2009, 12:49
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hello rizwan,

did you find the solution of the MPM ?
i also need it.
can you give me some info on it ?


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Old   October 26, 2017, 03:54
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I can help both of you! If you still need help! Come visit my channel "Difotech" e see the tutorial about MPM
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