Two Phase Unsteady Flow Particle Tracking

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bektass posted this 02 November 2018

Hi everyone,

ı m working on two-phase unsteady particle tracking with 3D geometry. One phase is water-liquid(continuous phase) and other nitrogen. the volume fraction of nitrogen is sufficiently low in terms of water-liquid. Actually, ı wanna track one or two nitrogen particles in the flowing water-liquid and ı'm using the eulerian method with eulerian parameter which is dense discrete phase model as multiphase model,  injection type is group in the fluid domain.

Is it logical or not? If your answer is no, can you give me advise for my model. Because ı' am not sure about using dense discrete phase model which is the only granular type particle or not.

Thanks for your time.

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rwoolhou posted this 02 November 2018

If you're looking at a low particle loading the DPM model is the best one to use. Read up on it in the Help to understand what the benefits & limitations are. 

bektass posted this 09 November 2018

I will investigate it more. Thank you for your time. 

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