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Old   May 4, 2012, 11:00
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Hello fellows,
I'm trying to get the temperature distribution within a inert heating particle with a UDF file. It's working, but compare with the fluent standard inerting particle, a great difference occurs(can be seen in following picture).
I have no idea why the particle with my UDF code is heating up so quickly and overheated . In the following attachment is part of my code where I do the DPM temperature profile and particle temperature update.
Could anyone check my code and give some advice about it?
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