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Old   April 24, 2009, 13:39
Default Pneumatic pipe flow system
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Dear CFD users,

i'm completing my final year dissertation and am having trouble completing a CFD case. i need to model a 3D pneumatic pipe, just a simple 90 degree elbow section. i need 10% of the pipe volume to be anthracite (inert particle) and 10% of the antracite to be biomass and the velocity of the air moving along the pipe has to remain constant at 20ms-1. i have tried to make the simulation useing the mixture multiphase model but i'm very stuck on various aspects of it.

the most important thing is to be able to display the particle tracks and turbulence contours.

any help would be very very gratful,

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