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Old   August 23, 2011, 01:16
Default What happens to particles when it hits the interface?
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Hi, everyone

I'm using DPM along with VOF model, Do anyone know what happens when the particles hits the interface between two phases?
What UDF should I use if I want to let the particles escape at the interface?

Thanks in advance!
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