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Old   April 18, 2010, 23:25
Question distribution of product droplet
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I was wondering how star can generate new parcels during droplet breakup, cuz I would like to code TAB model for secodary breakup in Starcd.(rosin-rammler distribution of product droplet size)
The only user subroutine to generate new parcels as far as I know is droico.f, but its for primary breakup at the nozzle exit. I would like to use drobrk.f for secondary breakup but it seems that it can only generate product droplets at the same size.
Im using starcd3.26.
Any suggestions?
Your help would be greatly appreciated!


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Old   April 29, 2010, 03:08
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Hello mepgzzi,
do you find a solution for the code of the secondary breakup ? If you do, can you share with us your job ?
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