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Old   September 15, 2015, 04:19
Default how to define the Static bed of height of fluidized bed in STAR-CCM+
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i do not know how to define bed height in STAR+
with the solid particle size in fluidized bed

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I don't think you define this value. You define a part you would like to fill with particles through geometry or a table injector. That geometry would have the height you want.
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I don't think you define this value. You define a part you would like to fill with particles through geometry or a table injector. That geometry would have the height you want.
how to do that in STAR-CCM+, Do you have any tutorial on fluidized bed modeling in STAR-CCM+
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No, I don't, but the user guide has an excellent series of pages on different DEM injectors. You probably want to look at the first one, the lattice injector.
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No, I don't, but the user guide has an excellent series of pages on different DEM injectors. You probably want to look at the first one, the lattice injector.
How to do that...
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To do what, look at the user guide? Go to help > help (or hit F1)
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To do what, look at the user guide? Go to help > help (or hit F1)
My question is how to do that for fluidezed bed modeling in STAR-CCM
how to do that for static bed height.I am using Eulerian-Eulerian Model in star-ccm+.

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Oh, I guess I assumed you were using DEM for a fluiditized bed, that makes more sense to me than using EMP. I'm not sure how you would do it for EMP, I'm guessing you just need to define a volume fraction or mass fraction for the domain that contains your bed.
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