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Old   May 24, 2011, 11:47
Default Modelling particle accumulation
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I need to model a system which has particles being injected in to it with the airflow. But within the system the particles accumulate and do not exit the fluid domain with the airflow.

I usually use CFX but it cannot model particle accumulation, in CFX whatever particles flow into the fluid domain must also exit it.

Can Fluent model this type of flow?

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I am not so familiar with CFX but in fluent you can do this. fluent has several types of BC for DPM model.for example i think reflect BC type will be appropriate for your case.for more information see chapter 22 of fluent6.3 users guide.
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