Eulerian simulation of gas-solid particle flow by BDIM The numerical scheme based on the boundary domain integral method (BDIM) for the numerical simulation of twophase two-component flows is presented. A program is being developed to model the hydrodynamics of fluidized bed systems by using the Eulerian approach in terms of velocity-vorticity variables formulation. With the vorticity vector both phases motion computation scheme is partitioned into its kinematic and kinetic aspect. Influence of the drag coefficient on the two-phase two-component flow field is studied on the two-phase gas-solid particles vertical channel flow.
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- Požarnik, M.; Škerget, L.: Eulerian simulation of gas-solid particle flow by BDIM (2002)
- Požarnik, M.; Škerget, L.: Bubbling gas-solid fluidized beds with BDIM (1999)