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Old   June 24, 2010, 03:01
Default Convergance of DPM model
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Hi all,

Im modeling injection of water to a duct with flue gas. Tha temperature of flue gas is 105 C degrees and water temperature is 21 C. Im interesting in evaporation of water. Im using steady praticle tracking. My question is when the process will be convergance. Of course im monitor residuals, also sum of water vapor on the outlet of the duct. The value of evaporated particle is more over the same every DPM iteration and the figure of sum of the h2o on the outlet is flat. Is this calculation converge?

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