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Old   March 4, 2003, 08:08
Default combustion of particle in fluent
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Now I want to simulate combustion of particle in reacting multiple species flow.There are six laws about particle's heat/mass transfer calculations in fluent.How can I change these laws to suit my problem using a user-defined fuction?

If you have some cases about it,Would you like to give me?

Thank you.

Sincerely, Devy
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Old   March 5, 2003, 10:36
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I also use dpm for a solid combustion problem. I use inert particles with DEFINE_DPM_SOURCE(dpm_source, c, t, S, strength, p).

There I modify, diameter and use S->Mass to simulate mass transfer.

Hope it helps.

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Old   March 5, 2003, 20:39
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Thank you for your help. But in my problem,both the reactant(Al) and the product of combustion(Al2O3) are particles.This means I must track Al and Al2O3 particle trajectories.Now I just know how to track the reactant(Al) particle trajectories,and I don't know how to track the product(Al2O3) particle trajectories.

Would you like to give me some advice?Thank you.

regards Devy
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