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Old   December 2, 2007, 23:20
Default Particle tracking for gas-liquid flow
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Terry
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Hi all,

For a gas-liquid two phase problem, I defined the top surface as a degassing BC. I wonder if this degassing BC will affect the particle tracking modeling or not. Will the degassing particle allow the particles to pass or not?

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Terry
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