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Old   November 20, 1998, 10:20
Default Statistical Approach for Lagrangian Two Phase Model
Hesham El-Batsh
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Dear Sirs

I am using Lagrangian two phase approach to model particles deposition in turbine and compressor blades. I solve the particle equation of motion to determine the particle trajectory. The maximum number of particles solved depends upon the computational time. So, I am looking for statistical approach to simulate a limited number of particles which can account for the whole number.
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