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Old   November 13, 2019, 09:21
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Hello guys!!
I'm trying to learn more about simulations like CFD-DEM.
Based on the DEM tutorial (DEM Particle Settling), I want to simulate some particles more a flux.

I wonder how these particles interfere with flow, pressure drop in control volume, things like that. But in other previous simulations when trying to see the vector field or using streamlines, the stream ignores the particles. I wonder if it is possible to do this using Starccm+. (I will look for images of these simulations to post here)

At the time, I'm trying this:

This is still running...

I used this physics

Most of the settings I used default. Time step: 0.0001

In this case just want to see if the flow will push the spheres, to know if there is interaction between them.

My mesh. I don't know if this is appropriate, I haven't done any mesh testing yet.

I would like to know if someone have some advice, thanks for your attention.
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