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Old   January 14, 2021, 07:50
Default Want to use "Stick-to-Wall" model
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Hey guys I am new to STAR-CCM+, I mainly used FLUENT/ANSYS for my previous studies. I am looking to find the method to assume that particles stick on the surfaces instead of bouncing back during a simulation. In Fluent there is a "stick-to-wall" option for this, what is the theoretical model in STAR-CCM+ though?

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in star any wall boundary can have a range of settings for a Lagrangian phase - the default is rebound, but it can stick, vaporise, split etc
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