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Old   August 30, 2010, 12:29
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Hi,

I am trying to simulate particle transport in a combustor and need individual particle/particle packet coordinates for other post-processing, but apparently I am not able to see any available variable which can let me do that. Any help will be appreciated.

Simulation type : Steady state (non-reactive, single fluid with solid particles)
Particle Coupling : Fully Coupled
Only Schiller Naumann drag force is modeled and any other forces are set as none.

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Export the particle tracks from CFD-Post. Easy, and gives the location of each particle at each integration set.
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Old   August 30, 2010, 19:11
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Export the particle tracks from CFD-Post. Easy, and gives the location of each particle at each integration set.
Thanks Glenn,

So basically, I can export them as csv file with any of the other variable selected. Will that be interpolated values or does it keeps tracks of individual packet?

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