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Old   July 25, 2013, 03:16
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Dear All,
I am modeling a two phase flow inside the pipe. This is two-phase water and rocks. The sediment of the particle at the bottom of the tube is required to use the solid pressure model (for packing limit 0.6). However, the model does not converge. How can I change the solid pressure model in software? Since this model does not Subroutine.
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