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Hello,
I have a nozzle and injected a particle from inlet of my nozzle. The problem is that when I change the temperature of my injected particle i dont see the changes of the temperature in the particle temperature plot. For example when i give the temperature of 1 degree and i give the temperature of 500 degree they give me the same temperature profile for the temperature along the nozzle.
Can anyone help please?
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