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Old   July 7, 2008, 05:40
Default coefficient of friction in Euler-Euler model
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Hi, I am new to Fluent and now I got a question about the coefficient friction (Cfr) in Euler multiphase model.

I am simulating gas-solid-solid multiphase flows by using Euler approach. For the solid-solid momentum exchange coefficient ( Eq. 23.5-43 in Fluent user guide), does anyone know how to modify the coefficient of friction (Cfr)? Thanks a lot.

Regards, Wei

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