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Old   September 2, 2010, 05:59
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Hello there,
I am modeling gasification of wood particles of 0.5-1 cm diameter. The DPM in Fluent cannot model this large particles because it assumes the particles are point masses...

Any idea how to model large particles (reacting, turbulent flow) in Fluent? Any thought?


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