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Old   September 13, 2005, 06:33
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Michael Hahn
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I am currently spraying oil in a combuster. I am using the trap condition for when the droplets touch the wall. How can I calculate the percent of MASS evaporation and MASS trapped? Taking a summary under particel tracking I find that for the particles trapped, Fluent doesnt take the mass evaporated into account. However when tracking a particle I clearly see it is losing mass as it travels. Is there a quick way to find the % mass evaportated for about 20 000 droplets?
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