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Old   December 4, 2009, 06:28
Default DPM - How to judge a steady state?
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Hello,

Im using DPM to model a fuel-oil cone spray. What is the best way to judge wheater the solution is "converged" or "steady"?

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I found out that in some tutorials the solution convergence is jujdged from the surface and volume monitors tracking DMP Mass Source or Species mass fraction. But this doesn't help you if your spray doesn't evaporate...any hints?
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