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Drag coefficient of droplet (DPM)

    • jaded_messiah
      Subscriber

      Hello there! I have DPM simulation of single droplet falling in the pipe. To check the result i want to know drag coefficient or at least drug of this droplet. The problem is - i know how to check drug only on the geometry (body or surface) but DPM droplet is not geometry =( I can see droplet's Reynolds number and find drug coefficient in the directory to compare it with simulation.

    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee
      You can calculate the coefficient based on the particle variables or write UDF to code that coefficient and store it directly.
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