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Old   July 2, 2013, 13:11
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I'm simulating DPM model, the injection is in a surface (this case velocity inlet). I have defined in calculation activities -> solution animations the particle tracks of particle variables and coloured by residence time. It is a transient simulation and once calculation is completed I can see where are the particle in graphics and contours -> particle tracks, however I can't see the animation in solution animation playback. Another problem is that once I open the particle tracks dialogue box the pulse bottom is disabled, so I cannot see the particles motion over time. I would like to see how the particles move in the flow from start to finish.
If anyone can help me I will be grateful
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