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Old   May 23, 2006, 05:41
Default How can I visualise a particle cloud
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I am currently using the discrete phase model in combination with the particle cloud tracking model to take into account the turbulent dispersion of the particles. I am calculating the trajectories of water droplets in air flow. However, when I try to visualise the cloud, I can only see one line. Can anyone tell me how I can visualise the cloud of particles?

Thanks a lot! Greetz, Sandra
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