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Old   April 18, 2002, 13:48
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I am a beginner in CFD. Can anyone tell me the classification of CFD models?

There are several approaches in CFD, e.g. Lagrangian models and Eulerian models, and also DEM(discrete element method/ distinct element method). It seems that DEM methods are the same as Lagrangian models, does it? Can anyone tell me the difference and definition of these models? Many thanks!
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