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Old   April 23, 2015, 06:55
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Hi,

I want to learn about the breakup model (Luo and Svendsen) and coalescence model (Prince and Blanch). I have gone through ansys cfx documentation but I am not able to clearly understand from there. Please help me
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Hi Ankit:

For the colescences models there is paper of Yixiang Liao and Dirk Lucas named: "A literature review on mechanisms and models for the coalescence process of fluid particles"

It was very helpful for me to understand this subject.
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