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Old   June 18, 2002, 10:07
Default DPM Modeling of high Biot Number Particles
Bob Stanislawsky
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The Fluent DPM can only assume constant internal temperature of the particles, which is not a great assumption if working with large and/or low-conducting particles. Anyone have any experience implementing internal particle conduction via UDF? I am interested in modeling trajectory and evaporation rates vs particle size, so this capability is a must.

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