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Table 3 DPM setup and different bed boundary conditions for the developed approach

From: Numerical investigation of particles’ transport, deposition and resuspension under unsteady conditions in constructed stormwater ponds

CaseProcess A:
settling
Process B:
resuspension
Total particlesRebound coefficientInitial resuspended velocity ui,viDRWM
CL
DPM 1VBSSVBSS22,400e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.15
DPM 2VBSSVBSS44,800e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.15
DPM 3VBSSVBSS67,200e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.15
DPM 4VBSSVBSS89,600e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.15
DPM 5VBSSVBSS100,800e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.15
DPM 6VBSSVBSS44,800e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.05
DPM 7VBSSVBSS44,800e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.25
DPM 8VBSSVBSS44,800e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)0.5
DPM 9VBSSVBSS44,800e = 1, f = 1Equations (15)–(16)
DPM 10VBSSVBSS44,800e = 0.84−4.84τ*, f = 0.73Equations (15)–(16)0.05
DPM 11VBSSVBSS44,800e = 0.84−4.84τ*, f = 0.73Equations (15)–(16)0.1
DPM 12VBSSNo consideration44,800e = 1, f = 10.05
  1. DPM discrete phase model, VBSS varying bed shear stress, DRWM discrete random walk model