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Old   July 28, 2010, 09:03
Default How to put melting point data of inert particle in DPM model of Fluent
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Hi everybody,
I am using DPM (Discreat Phase Model) of FLUENT to determine velocity & Temperature profile of the particle in Plasma Spray System.I want to put melting point of the particle. Most probably it can be done by UDF. Can anybody give me the correct UDF for puting melting point of particle in DPM model.
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Old   February 5, 2018, 08:08
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Hello sir,
Am also facing the same problem of inserting melting point in getting temperature profile of plasma spray torch. Have you got the answer, can you help me with your suggestion. Thank you
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