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Question evaporation of combusting particles, DPM
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Hello all,
I'm modelling coal combustion using DPM model.
This is the data i got:
number tracked = 3770, escaped = 2736, aborted = 0, trapped = 0, evaporated = 0, incomplete = 1034
which seems unreasonable 'cause no evaporation has occured!

What does "evaporated" actually mean? Are combusted solid particles of coals accounted into "evaporated"?

Thank you all, sadjad.
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