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Old   July 31, 2013, 08:47
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What I am looking for is to model the evaporation of a single wood particle. I have results that have to be reproduced from a scientific matter about this particular case.

As I understand, a UDF has to be written and coupled with Fluent. I have a c code that is based on the scientific paper.

Any help?
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