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Old   November 20, 2015, 07:22
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I'm new to CFD, so working my way through the Fluent Workshops - if any of you are familiar with these....

This involves injecting 90 Deg. C water droplets into a 25 Deg. C Propane Continuous phase.

After solving the continuous phase, I then select the DPM to interact with this. However the results I see only seem to show the effects of the continuous phase on the DPM, and not vice versa.

So the water droplets cool to propane temperature almost immediately, there is no increase in the continuous phase temperature. It like it's still solving one-way.

I have attached the Particle Tracking Temperature plotted on the Continuous phase to illustrate.

Has anyone worked through this Workshop (ANSYS Workshop 02 - Using the DPM) and found the same problem?

Or does anyone know where I might be going wrong?


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