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Old   June 21, 2007, 04:18
Default DPM problem - wrong particle temperature
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Hello,

I've got a problem using the DPM. I am initializing the particle with a temperature of 298.15K. Nevertheless the minimum temperature of the particles in the particle-tracking function of fluent is something about 550K. Can someone explain me, why the lowest temperature in this particle-tracking window does not match my initialization temperature?

Greetings, Johannes.
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Hello,

I've got a problem using the DPM. I am initializing the particle with a temperature of 298.15K. Nevertheless the minimum temperature of the particles in the particle-tracking function of fluent is something about 550K. Can someone explain me, why the lowest temperature in this particle-tracking window does not match my initialization temperature?

Greetings, Johannes.
I have the same problem. Can anyone help?
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