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Old   June 25, 2003, 23:17
Default SOS autosave unsteady particle tracking
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Alex Munoz
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Hello CFD Users

I have to perform an unsteady particle tracking for 14 days, and I wonder if autosave will save the already released particle in the domain.

I had used autosave mode just for unsteady simmulation of continuous phase, but I have never used it for particle tracking. If someone has experience with a similar case please reply my e-mail as soon is possible.

Thank you in advance!!

Alex Munoz
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Old   June 26, 2003, 22:18
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Yes, autosave will save the particles in the domain.
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Old   June 27, 2003, 00:37
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Alex Munoz
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Hi CG

Thank you for you answer!

I wonder if I can have your e-mail, I have seen that you have such a good knowledge about CFD

I am planning to start a new CFD project, and I want to share some comment about it with you.

Thank you

Alex Munoz
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