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Could anybody help me regarding the following problem?

I am simulating urea-water droplet evaporation using DPM. Fluent validation model setup:

- The droplets are stationary, so they remain in the same location for the duration of the evaporation process.

- Only the evaporating droplet diameter/time history is evaluated and the continuous phase is not solved.

- A simple 2D planar mesh is created and the particle is positioned at the center.

1) What should I do to create a single droplet which will be remain in the same location for the duration of the evaporation process?

Thanks for all responses in advance.
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