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Old   September 23, 2019, 23:26
Default VOF to DPM
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we are using the VOF to DPM model,

The initial calculated liquid temperature is greater than 350K,
but post processing shows :Particle variable—particle temperature <30K, indicating the particle temperature which formed by atomization is not correct.

Is VOF to DPM can not coupled with evaporation ?

Or VOF to DPM Is not energy conservation?[/QUOTE]

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