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Old   June 23, 2021, 04:08
Default Temperature drop due to reaction
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I am modelling a reaction between DPM particles and a gas. One of the species in the gas is transferred to the DPM, resulting in a decrease of the continuous phase mass.

When modelling this I notice that the mass conservation is stable, however the temperature of the continuous phase drops to 1 Kelvin.

Does someone know what is causing this and how I can prevent it from happening?
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discrete phase model, energy balance, species model, temperature drop

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