Modeling 2D Riser using a dense discrete phase model (DDPM) in ANSYS Fluent
In this tutorial, we provide guidelines for modeling and simulation of a 2D riser using a dense discrete phase model (DDPM). We can use DDPM when we deal with a secondary phase that has a particle size distribution.
You will also learn how to do the following through this tutorial:
- Employing Eulerian multiphase model
- Using dense discrete phase model (DDPM)
- Solving the 2D rise simulation problem
- Also, post-processing and analyzing the resulting data
Problem Description of 2D Riser Simulation
Here we simulate a vertical riser that has an inlet at the bottom. Close to the inlet, we model the particles injection. Then, we use DDPM to solve the case.
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