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Old   August 10, 2010, 05:46
Default Two-phase flow in a Y-shaped pipe
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Pneumatic conveying of micro-glass beads in a Y - shaped pipe occurs. I am using Fluent software to simulate the flow.

Given Data:
Gas volume flow ratio : 0.0097 m3/s
Inner diameter of pipe : 32 mm
Solids loading ratio : 81320
Particle diameter : 2 mm
Particle density : 2510 kg/m3
Bulk density : 1386 kg/m3
Sphericity : 0.92

How to find the inlet velocity for each phase , void fraction , flow rate weighting at out flow so that I can use the data for simulation.

Thanks in advance........

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