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Old   June 1, 2008, 06:59
Default Dispersed Solid particles in carrier gas (DPM)
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I want to simulate a carrier gas jet flow with solid spherical particles... The solid particles ar carried by the gas flow..There is no reaction between those two phases. and the flow of the continus phase is to be turbulent.

I want to inject both continuous gas and solid particles from the injector at the same position ( I use velocity inlet BC for the gas phase )

How can I do that and should I use a Steady or unsteady model ? Shoud I use a one coupling way approach ?

thanks in advance for any help or suggesion

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Old   June 3, 2008, 05:13
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