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Old   June 17, 2010, 04:06
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I have a question about modelling particle flow. It is mixture of coal and air. Im wondering which model should i use: DPM or mutliphase? I dont really understand the difference between them. The mixture of coal and air is injected into boiler. I would be gratefull if someone can explain me the difference.

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