TAGGED: dpm, mass-transfer
April 11, 2023 at 10:33 amGloriaSubscriber
I am trying to build a Dense Discrete Particle Model (DDPM). For that purpose, I have defined a first phase, which is the fluid phase consisting of two components and the discrete phase formed by the injected multicomponent particles. I want to set a mass transfer mechanism between both phases, but in the Phase Interaction > Mass transfer dialogue, in the “From Phase” and “To Phase” drop-downs, the only available phase to select is phase-1 (fluid phase). How can I make the particles available in the drop-downs? Is it possible?
Any reply will be much appreciated! Thank you!
April 11, 2023 at 2:02 pmRobAnsys Employee
DDPM is linked into the DPM model more so than it is the Eulerian model. Check the mass transfer isn't handled on the DPM side.
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