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Cd Drag coefficient

Diss Energy dissipation by means of friction, kj/s dp Particle diameter, m

F Body force, N

h Enthalpy per unit mass, J/kg

K Interaction force, N

I Identity matrix

m Mass, kg

P Pressure, N/m2

Q Heat transfer, J

S Entropy, J/K0

T Stress tensor

t Time, s

V System volume, m3

v Mean velocity vector, m/s

U Overall system energy, J/kg

Greek Symbols

e Phase volume fraction в Interphase friction coefficient p Viscosity, kg/m^s X Bulk viscosity, kg/m^s p Density kg/m3 3 General property per unit volume


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