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Old   April 22, 2014, 10:54
Default Dem v.s dpm?
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Hi guys,

I am doing some studies on a cavity problem with dilute solid partciles. But I have a question regarding partilce entrapment in DPM vs DEM.

My advisor does not trust DPM results since DPM doesnt consider the particle volume (and mass) so the trapped particle are just.

I know that DEM model is the same as DPM in terms of the lagranigian model for partciles. DEM models for every single particle (in som eparcels) but DPM for whole particles (in 1 group).

So it would be appreciated if you could help me in this regard.

Thanks a lot,
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Old   November 3, 2019, 10:52
Default dpm in cavity
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hi. could you use dpm model for simulation particle in cavity? can u tell me how set the number of particle in cavity?
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