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Old   May 2, 2021, 23:36
Default Pressure drop in a fluidisedbed
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Pressure drop vs gas velocity curve of a fluidised bed is expected to be linear until the bed starts to fluidise when the curve flattens irrespective of the velocity there after.
My question is, How do you find the pressure drop because the only pressure calculated in openfoam is P (static) and P_rgh?
any help please?
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