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Old   June 6, 2005, 15:20
Default DPM & melting of metal droplets
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Spyros
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Hello

At the moment i'm trying to model the heating->melting->evaporation of inert material using the DPM model. The problem is that for metals the heating laws are not covering melting and latent heat. I will be grateful if someone have the experience of using DPM (fluent 6.2)and can help me.

Thanks in advance Spyros
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