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Old   October 27, 2011, 14:31
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Hi
I'm preparing a model of multicomponent evaporation from mixture droplets. But to describe two period of drying I need to read mole or mass fraction of evaporating species from the droplet. Have anybody idea how to do that. Is there any function, macro or code? I will be very grateful for help.



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Old   October 30, 2011, 16:20
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Maybe I didn't get the point, but you can create two different injection. The mass flow rates of both species can be set easily on the GUI.
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Old   October 31, 2011, 06:45
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Not really what I mean. I'm developing a spray-drying simulations. So far I succeeded with the help of "user guide" to run the macro DPM_HEAT_MASS. But now I want to write new function, which is depend on moisture content. So I need to read mass or mole fraction of evaporating species from multicomponent droplet.
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Not really what I mean. I'm developing a spray-drying simulations. So far I succeeded with the help of "user guide" to run the macro DPM_HEAT_MASS. But now I want to write new function, which is depend on moisture content. So I need to read mass or mole fraction of evaporating species from multicomponent droplet.
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Have you solved this problem? I also want to know the answer. Can you give me some help? thanks a lot!
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Yes I solved this problem long time ago. You need to use TP_COMPONENT_I(p,i) function where p is particle pointer and i its species index. If You want more information write to me on priv.
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Yes I solved this problem long time ago. You need to use TP_COMPONENT_I(p,i) function where p is particle pointer and i its species index. If You want more information write to me on priv.
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Thank you vary much for your reply! I just found the TP_COMPONENT_I(p,i) on the page 2-194 of the fluent 6.3 udf manual.
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