|August 5, 2010, 20:29||
Non-spherical, inert particle tracking in FLUENT
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: South Korea
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I'm currently working on injection of inert particles into a combustion chamber. If the particle involved is non-spherical, how can I define the shape? I can only see 'diameter' when I set the injection in FLUENT.
something that I'm curious about --> let's say I'm considering a long cylidrical shape (length is relatively long compare with its diameter), when I specify the 'shape factor' under the drag law, will the rotational motion of that cylinder being considered properly?
Please help!! Thanks!
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