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Transient 3D simulations of three optimized sedimentation models using open source CFD drift-flux solver in OpenFOAM (low, high and normal flowrate)

The University of Queensland
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Full time results using volume render of solids volume fraction and velocity magnitude with underload initial conditions with 5.9 [L/min], 58.8 [L/min], and 29.4 [L/min] inlet flow rates.

Issued: 11 01 2022

Data time period: 12 01 2022 to 12 01 2022

153.01369,-27.497503

153.01369,-27.497503

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