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Old   February 28, 2022, 11:38
Default Determination of radiation vs convection in particle laden flow
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i model particle laden flow in a vertical tube with constant wall temperature. This causes raise of the air stream temperature along the tube. 2 way-coupling is applied for particles injected from the one end of the tube to the other. I successfully simulated heat transfer to particles and air, including the effect of radiation with DO model. Now i need to quantify the effect of radiation on particles heating (wall to particles heat flux) versus that of convection (heat flux from air to particles or the opposite).
Is there any way to make a comparison about the heat transfered to the particles through the 2 mechanisms?

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