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Old   August 10, 2011, 12:59
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I am simulating spray (hexane) in OpenFOAM. When the temperature in constant/injectorProperties (381K) is higher than the temperature in constant/0/T (323K), really high temperatures up to 800K occur in Paraview. That doesn't make sense at all. Can anybody please tell me what's the reason? And how to solve that problem?

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