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Old   April 4, 2013, 23:39
Default Problem on Input heat into a Particle with DPM
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Hi,

I want to apply a thermal load on the particles travelling through air. Should i use function of Define_DPM_Law.

However when i change the temperature of particle by command P_T(p) in Define_DPM_Law, the temperatue of particle still is the same with that of air.

What should i do?
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You should use:
DEFINE_DPM_HEAT_MASS
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Old   April 6, 2013, 22:47
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*DEFINE_DPM_HEAT_MASS can not be applied in the inert particle. My problem is about the heating process of solid particle.
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