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Old   December 2, 2002, 05:17
Default No. of Particle Streams
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I am trying to model a spray combustion process using FLUENT 6. The fuel enters from a pressure swirl atomizer into the combustion chamber.

FLUENT asks for "Number of Particle Streams" in the Injection definition data. Do you have any idea what this implies. Is FLUENT asking us to input the number of particles we expect to form!!!! or is this the number of set of different diameter, velocity etc ranges which FLUENT will evaluate?

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