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Old   February 8, 2006, 01:05
Default How to extend the time for particles track?
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Hi Guys,

Can I know how to extend the time in the particles tracks by controlling the "Particle Time Step" and " Nos of Time Speed" in the Discrete Particle Model's option? I wanted to simulate my flow from 0-300s. What I have now for the particle track time is 1.3099s - 1.999s. Please teach me how to extend the time from 1sec to 300sec

Thanks and Regards, Mary
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