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Old   July 10, 2002, 05:34
Default Wall impingement for droplets
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I'm modeling a burner with vaporizer.

The model works well with option "Rebound" for Wall impingement. It seems that it should work even better with the "Evaporate" option, but there is no burning occurs. Can somebody explain that to me?


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