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Old   June 23, 2015, 06:13
Default Particle reflection from a surface in DPM
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Dear all,

I was trying to reflect the particles from a solidified front which has a liquid fraction is 0.3. The steady state solidification problem was solved and now I was injecting DPM particles in steady state.

I want to reflect the particles from this solidified front. How can I do that by using udfs?

(DPM_BC won't work since this is surface is not a physical wall that is fed right form the start but is made after we solve the solidification problem)

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