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Old   March 30, 2014, 10:58
Default How to visualize the particles that remain in the domain
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I have simulated a case with unsteady particle tracking. In each iteration we can see that how many particles are exist within the domain, how much escaped and/or trapped. I have saved the simulation and now when I read-in the case/data file fluent write theses lines:

reading 53195 particles for injection ***.

read 53195 particles for injection ***.
locating particles on compute nodes...
all particles successfully re-located!

Now the question is how can I see graphically where theses 53195 particles are located in the domain (a viewing of particle distribution in the domain.)


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