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Old   January 30, 2015, 15:52
Default What are the MIN and Max diameter in cloud tracking model?
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I want to use the cloud tracking model instead of stochastic model. In my problem I have solid particles in a sharp bend and I want to track the particles in the bend. My question is what is the min an max diameter in this approach? I tried different numbers but the tracking does not finish and stopped it because it seems it will last forever. I think I do not pick the right numbers for Min and Max in cloud tracking model. What are those numbers?

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