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Old   February 19, 2009, 17:09
Default PRE: Particle Injection Region as f(temperature)
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Daniel
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Greetings,

is it possible to put a particle injection region into my modell as function of temperature ?

I am modelling an electric arc furnace to evaporate metalls, cooling them down so that there will be nucleation and formation of nanoparticles. In order to get the right residence time distribution i would like to inject the particles at a certain temperature (for example smaller or equal to 500K), because nucleation only appears at a certain temperature due to supersaturation.

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