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Old   September 9, 2017, 05:42
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Hello Everyone
I am modelling a gas-solid fluidised bed hydrodynamics in fluent(2D case). I have done the solution set up but faced with a challenge in post processing. I have been obtaining my results manually by probing for instance along a given profile. Is there a way i can obtain say the expanded bed height, pressure drop and other variables automatically .

Secondly , guys how can i modify the drag models to suit the minimum fluidisation condition 0.065m/s(literature value) to enhance my results. Thank you.
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Old   December 14, 2017, 10:33
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can you explain your problem a bit more specifically
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