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Old   November 18, 2008, 17:17
Default Continuum boundary types for particle tracking
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I am trying to model a particle deposition problem. The geometry involves a huge external cylinder with a small inlet at the center of its left face. There is a small cylinder inside the external cylinder and the flow from the inlet is towards one face of this cylinder where the deposition happens. When I create the mesh in GAMBIT, what do I specify as the continuum type as my flow has both fluid and solid particles?


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Old   November 19, 2008, 07:43
Default Re: Continuum boundary types for particle tracking
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It should be fine to set the default interior as fluid in Gambit for Euler or DPM multiphase models.

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