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Old   November 29, 2005, 05:50
Default DPM 2 phase ?
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In dpm.h there is a particle type defined as DPM_TYPE_DROPLET_2_PHASE.

Does anyone have any experience from doing simulations with this kind of particle? How does it differ from the standard droplet and how/where do you define material properties? Only in a UDF? I cannot find anything in the FLUENT 6.1 User's Guide about this.

Thanks, Henrik

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