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Old   October 19, 2015, 13:40
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I have a question regarding tracking a single particle w.r.t time and position in ANSYS Fluent .
Actually i am working on a riser simulation . i entered single particle in column & with all other required parameters i run the simulation & results are calculated.
kindly let me know how or by what type of post processing i came to know that where is the injected single particle at any time after injection.
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