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Old   January 23, 2003, 13:40
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Cindy Jones
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Hi, everyone

Thanks for those answers for my previous question. Now I try to use Fluent's DPM model to simulate gas-solid flow in pipe. For some reason, I have to write my own injection file. My question is when I use injection file and parallel processing at the same, Fluent always tells me "Unable to open the injection file". But if I just use single process, the injection file works fine.

Can anybody tell me it is my injection file's problem or we just can't use parallel processing and injection file at the same time? (Without parallel processing, the calculation is too slow)

Many thanks

Cindy
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