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Old   October 18, 2009, 09:42
Default Drag force in massless particles in descrete phase model
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In ANSYS-FLUENT v.12 a new particle type is considered that is massless particle,My question is if we choose this type(massless particle) drage force(In general equation of motion of particle)is exerted on particle or no?drag term is a important part in equation of motion of particle.(Equation (15.2-1) of ANSYS-FLUENT 12 manual)
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