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Old   June 27, 2003, 11:38
Default SOS why this happened?
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Fluid: Ideal Gas (air) @ 280Pa & 300K (Inlet) Injection: 5nm ~ 10nm inert particles @ 300K (water liquid) Using Discrete Phase to calculate particle trajectory, results showed that particles were evaporated. Why? Even I tried injecting solid particles, the same evaporation happened? Now, if we changed the particle size to 100nm, then everthing was fine. Anyone has this kind of experience? Please help me, thanks a lot!
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