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Old   May 3, 2012, 02:36
Default Spray Modelling-Plane Orifice Atomizer Model
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hello everyone
i have simulated spray injection of diesel Using fluent's DPM and injection type Plane orifice atomizer(POA)

now if you pls refer the fluent theory guide for POA and in that list of governing parameters to determine the nozzle's internal state.

I want to ask how fluent determines the Upstream Pressure with the Point properties we provide for POA model?

actually i want to do study the effect of change with upstream pressure,

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