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Old   June 2, 2006, 03:21
Default MFIX or Fluent for Fluidized bed Reactor
Ankit Rohatgi
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I have to do a CFD analysis of a Fluidized bed polymerization reactor.

What would be a better choice for this purpose? Fluent or MFIX?

Thanks, Ankit
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Old   June 2, 2006, 15:17
Default Re: MFIX or Fluent for Fluidized bed Reactor
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Hello Ankit,

Ask for information to cd-adapco on fluidized bed with e2p, star-cd can simulate the solid packing (solid pressure force, maximum solid volume fraction) and the lifting of the particles.

Ask for a demo and docs from the user conference, it is available and clear to achieve good design (

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