## Discrete Phase Model (Physical Injection Model: Drag Laws, Breakup Model)

Discrete Phase Model Assumptions Part1 (physical injection model, drag law) There are some assumptions in the DPM model: The model is simulated by solving transport equations for the continuous phase and discrete second phase in a Lagrangian frame of reference.…

## DPM Spray: Particle Type, Direct Injection Type Setup

DPM Spray Introduction In this article, the types of injections in Fluent software are given, and each one is explained. To simulate such problems, which usually have solid and gas particles or liquid and gas particles as input simultaneously, we…

## DPM Spray Modeling: General settings, Physical Models, Numerics, Injection, Post-Processing

In this article, the main steps through simulating spray modeling using DPM are presented in 5 steps, from general settings to post-processing and also useful tips are given. To start with, select the Discrete phase in the Models tab of…

## DPM atomizer model

Some researchers have researched this area, some of which are listed below:                     Tip about initial droplet diameter and injection pressure In many cases, injection pressure, injection mass flow rate, and…

## Heat and Mass Transfer in DPM Spray

Heat and mass transfer in Discrete Phase model Heat and mass transfer equations for discrete phase model are classified in different laws available in ANSYS Fluent software as the following table: *It should be noted that there is no drag…

## DPM Spray: Parcel Conception, Particle Tracking & Tracking Options, Particle Life Cycle, Source Calculations, DPM Sources

Abstract DPM Spray In this paper, discrete phase model overview, conceptions, assumptions, and some limitations of simulating this model and also in geometries elements size are discussed. In the following, the particles are tracked during their life cycle, the trajectory…

## DPM Spray: Overview, Conceptions, Assumption, Grid Size Dependency and Limitations

Abstract DPM Spray In this article, discrete phase model overview, conceptions, assumptions, and some limitations of simulating this model and also in geometries elements size are discussed. All the mentioned subjects are thoroughly investigated, and sufficient figures illuminate how to…

## DPM Spray: An Introduction

An Introduction to DPM Spray Literally, sprays are considered a combination of droplets immersed in a gaseous phase known as the continuous phase. They`re employed in most industries and have a wide range of applications in drying, applying chemicals, washing,…

## DPM Tips

Tips About DPM To simulate the evaporation process of droplets, we need to define the thermophysical properties of Material accurately. Saturation vapor pressure, Binary diffusivity, latent heat, boiling point, and specific heat should be considered. These parameters are accessible in…

## DPM Injection and Particle Types (Injection Type, Injection Conditions & Injection Initial Conditions )

DPM Injection and Particle Types Discrete Phase Model In numerical and theoretical studies of multiphase flows, you can writhe the governing equations of the flow separately for each phase. Two approaches can be used to study the motion of each…

## DPM Injection (Hollow Cone Vs. Solid Cone)

DPM Injection Cone / Solid Cone Hollow Cone Vs. Solid Cone This type of DPM injection is defined for three-dimensional problems, where Solid Cone is used for solid cone nozzles, and Hollow Cone is used for hollow cone nozzles. Inputs…

## Injection DPM (Diameter Distribution: Linear, Uniform, Rosin-Rammler, Rosin-Rammler Logarithmic)

Diameter Distribution In Ansys Fluent software, there are three types of diameter distributions that show how the particle diameter is injected from the injection site, which are: Linear Diameter Distribution First, we determine the diameter of the starting and ending…

## DPM CFD Simulation (One-way Vs. Two-way Vs. Four-way)

DPM CFD Simulation (1-way Vs. 2-way Vs. 4-way) The coupling of the discrete and continuous phases can be modeled. Low volume fractions should be set for the Discrete Phase.   One-way coupling DPM Only continuous phase flow affect the dispersed…