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Default Particle mass in DPM in Fluent
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Hi, I am simulating the temperature drop in a condenser by spraying water with a nozzle using DPM in Fluent. Is it possible to add mass to the discrete phase particles in DPM by mass transfer from the continuous phase ?
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