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Old   January 8, 2018, 01:56
Default can use Lagrangian Particle-Laden Flow simulate dust stick to wall
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in the fluent DPM model ,the wall condition can setup as "trap"model that all particle impact the wall will deposite on the wall.

now how can i use STAR CCM+ Lagrangian Particle-Laden Flow(identical with DPM) to simulate particle stick to wall,but there is no trap model in CCM dpm model,(no intend to use DEM)
if i set the normal and Tangential Restitution Coefficient as "0", will the same effect as "trap"?

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But there is a stick option right? And stick and and trap is same.
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