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Old   April 15, 2021, 09:40
Default Heat transfer coefficient DPM particle
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In Fluent, I am running simulations on the combustion of solid particles. I am using a DPM model for this.

Now I am interested in the heat transfer coefficient h as in the equation below:
dQ/dt = hA_p * (T_p - T_gas)

In the particle tracks there is however no option of plotting this value. Is there an easy way to do this without correcting for the particle specific heat etc. myself?
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discreet phase modeling, heat transfer coefficient

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