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Old   October 8, 2007, 09:28
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AK
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Hi.

I am working on a 2d problem. My domain is rectangular with a velocity inlet and a pressure outlet on left and right sides and wall on the top and bottom. I want to introduce a particle (or probably continous dye)in the center of the domain and track its path. I don't know how to do that. Can anyone please help?

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Atha
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Old   October 9, 2007, 09:01
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Woo Meng Wai
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Hi Atha,

If you are injecting dye dorplets, you can try the DPM (Discrete Phase Model) in fluent. This will be useful if you are interested in dye droplets and the mass loading of the total dye is low.

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Old   October 9, 2007, 23:45
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Yes...! BY DPM...you can go for this thing....!

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Old   October 15, 2007, 09:56
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Hi ,

Thanks for your help. I have another question. If my orifice is not located on any of the edges but is somewhere in the middle of the domain then how and where (Fluent or Gambit)do I specify that?

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AK
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