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Hello everyone,
I have a nozzle which has the pressure inlet boundary condition with the temperature of 500 degree. My model is working properly and the results make sense.

The only problem is the when I inject a particle into my domain and set the initial temperature of the particle to 300, i dont get the correct temperature graph for the particle temperature in the domain. It shows that my particle path starts with 500 which is my flow temperature not my particle and I cant see that 300 degree that i set initially for my particle.

I would appreciate if anyone can tell me where the problem is.
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