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Old   July 17, 2006, 11:15
Default Particle Tracking
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Alejandro A
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I am using CFX to model the flow on a small centrifugal pump to be used as a heart assist device.

I need to obtain data from particle tracking such as velocities and ,more importantly, residence time. I have been trying to use the option create Particle track on CFX post but I am not sure which input file I need to use when using this option. I have little experience using CFX and so far I have not found many hints on the tutorials. Any help would be very much appreciated.

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Old   July 17, 2006, 12:39
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Jianping Zhang
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1. Select File---export; 2. Select particle location as the name of your particle tracking result. Choose the parameters you want to export; 3. Process the .csv data file with Excell or other tools.

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