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Old   November 30, 2010, 18:41
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Hi,

In its standard solver, Fluent considers particles/droplets to have uniform temperatures, but I'm wondering whether one can solve for the internal temperature distribution inside a droplet by using UDF. Has anyone had any experience on this? I would really appreciate it if you could provide any suggestions. Thank you.

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Hi,

In its standard solver, Fluent considers particles/droplets to have uniform temperatures, but I'm wondering whether one can solve for the internal temperature distribution inside a droplet by using UDF. Has anyone had any experience on this? I would really appreciate it if you could provide any suggestions. Thank you.

Regards,
ljp
I'm also working on the internal temperature in DPM model of fluent, and I don't know how to create layer in the insider of particle to obtain the temperature gradient in it. If you figure out how to solve the internal temperature of particles, can you tell me how to solve it, thank you.
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