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Old   December 3, 2003, 08:21
Default uncoupled discrete phase calculations
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In fluent, if i am solving a two phase steady flow and if I am using uncoupled discrete and continuous phases, then after solving the continuous phase I am solving discrete phase. If the discrete phase evaporates, since the un-coupled approach is used, the source term of the species is not updated and hence I will be never able to see the distribution of the vapour generated from evaporation of the droplets . Is this true ? Is it necessary that coupled approach be used for this situation ?

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