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Old   September 7, 2016, 10:08
Default Adding collisions to coalChemistryFoam or reactingParcelFoam (OpenFOAM 4)
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I posted this question in the "OpenFOAM Running, Solving & CFD" forums, but this one seems more appropriate.

Hi all, I'm trying to model entrained flow gasification of biomass. I already modified the coalChemistryFoam solver and removed the inert particle cloud, as this is not present in this case. However, the particle collisions are now not calculated, which is something I would really like to include.

The only two options for the stochastic collision model are 'none' and 'suppressionCollision'. And as far as I can tell, the latter is only influencing the ability of parcles to react if they collide with the inert particle cloud (which I removed).

Similar topics have been opened in the past:
Colliding Coal Cloud in coalCollidingChemistryFoam
Adding Thermo to basicKinematicCollidingCloud

In the latter there is someone who realized this, but I cannot compile his code on OpenFOAM 4.0. Reproducing the changes doesn't work either.
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I posted this question in the "OpenFOAM Running, Solving & CFD" forums, but this one seems more appropriate.

Hi all, I'm trying to model entrained flow gasification of biomass. I already modified the coalChemistryFoam solver and removed the inert particle cloud, as this is not present in this case. However, the particle collisions are now not calculated, which is something I would really like to include.

The only two options for the stochastic collision model are 'none' and 'suppressionCollision'. And as far as I can tell, the latter is only influencing the ability of parcles to react if they collide with the inert particle cloud (which I removed).

Similar topics have been opened in the past:
Colliding Coal Cloud in coalCollidingChemistryFoam
Adding Thermo to basicKinematicCollidingCloud

In the latter there is someone who realized this, but I cannot compile his code on OpenFOAM 4.0. Reproducing the changes doesn't work either.
Hi,

i have same problem with reactingParcelFoam, i would like to add collision model. Have you found the solution?

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