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Old   August 14, 2013, 10:40
Default DPM Macro for FLUENT
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Hi Guys, I am currently writing a UDF.

Fluent is a bit iffy with the naming conventions so here's my Q.

I am trying to write a code for DPM_SWITCH and using particle temperature as switches. In Fluent you set the vaporisation temperature of the water and the vaporisation temperature of volatiles. But they are both called vaporisation temperatures.

In Table 3.31 in the UDF manual it only shows one DPM_VAPOR_TEMP and I assume that is to do with the set devolatilisation temperatures. Instead the DPM_EVAPORATION_TEMPERATURE is the vaporisation temperature for water.

Can anywone confirm this? Thanks!
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