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Old   April 22, 2010, 07:21
Default 【Discrete Phase Method】about the turbulence kinetic energy
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I am using Discrete Phase Method to calculate a multiphase problem. But after calculation, I set Display-Coutours-Turbulence, and I can get a turbulence kinetic energy. But I don't whose turbulence kinetic energy it is, the fluid's, or the particle's? How can I get turbulence kinetic energy for both the fluid and the particle?
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