|April 9, 2013, 04:29||
UDF: Metal Melting in Discrete Phase
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i want to simulate the melting of metal particles with the discrete phase model. Does anyone have an idea how to implement such a problem with UDF?
I figured out two options but none of them seems to be praticable:
- Treat the metal particle as an inert particle (Inert heating law) and add somehow fusion heat when melting temperature is reached. Problem: How to add fusion heat? to which fluent parameter? temperatureupdate makes no sense here...
- implementing a routine such as evaporating. problem: dpm evaporating is based on mass update (bc mass loss of the particle). metal melting has no mass loss: melted mass sticks to the particle
|discrete, dpm, melt, melting, phase|
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