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Old   March 22, 2019, 08:35
Default Choosing a solver to model particles' trajectories in a flow field
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Hello. I want to model a case where I have placed a collection of solid nano particles in a small square pipe in which I will introduce a uniform velocity laminar flow. I want to know how the particles behave as a result of the flow.

Could you please recommend a solver or a tutorial case that you think would be helpful.
I am a bit new to Openfoam so any other help you can provide related to this topic will also be appreciated, Thank you.

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