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Default How does the particles' velocity affect the energy balance equation of gas phase
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Dear foamers,

I am simulate a two-phase reaction flow which includes particles and the gas phase. I found that when the particles' velocity is very high the gas phase temperature will never converge. Can anyone tell me how does the particles' velocity affect the gas phase energy balance equation?

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