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Old   January 27, 2015, 11:35
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i have a boiler and i want to simulate combustion. i choose non premixed model and i define the composition of my fuel. i calculate the pdf. also i activate the discrete phase model and i define an injection of carbon. i define the calculation of dpm every 10 iterations. i notice that when calculate dpm all the numbers are zero. tracked, escaped, incompleted, aborted trapped. does that means that the injection doesn't take place?
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Old   January 30, 2015, 06:55
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hi , if you are simulating the DPM ''Unsteady'' you should set the starting time and ending time for the injection.you can find them in injection parameters.
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i have steady particle. should i try with unsteady?
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Yes , why not! try unsteady and set time for start and ending of injection,

another thing else,reduce number of dpm iteration
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