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Old   August 25, 2004, 15:13
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I wanted to know if somebody has used the macroscopic particle model as described in the FLUENT website

I have a problem where there are two co-axial cylinders the outer cylinder is stationary and the inner cylinder rotates at certain speed. There are sand particles comming in from the lower end of the cylinder at a given velocity and I need to track these sand particles. My first question is whether it is possible to model that in FLUENT (Tracking all the sand particles), Fluent talks about macroscopic particle model does anyone have any idea where I could find the literature about this model.

Thankyou Saurav
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Old   October 26, 2017, 03:57
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Yes i have used MPM for my thesis! Come visit my channel on youtube "Difotech" e see teh tutorial about MPM
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