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Old   April 3, 2007, 08:40
Default Exit from UDF DEFINE_DPM_LAW
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Jaroslav Kotara
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Hi, I need to correct my UDF (DEFINE_DPM_LAW) for terminating the calculation of the discrete particle diameter when a particle reaches a certain position in domain:

I try for example:

if( P_POS(P)[1] >= 1.5) { PATH_END;}

... or PATH_STOP, PATH_ABORT etc.

All those commands cause skipping actualization of the particle diameter in the calculation beyond the geometrical limit i set but still carry on creation the pparticle track as the particle leaves this region.

How can i completely terminate the particle track in certain region of the domain?

Thanks a lot for your answer.
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