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Old   May 13, 2008, 10:24
Default PATH_ABORT of particles
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bohis
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Hello,

could anybody be so kind and tell me how it is possible to terminate particle inside the domain? I have read all the contribution about DPM here and there is no answer. Somebody says, that to set flow rate to 0 is simple way how to do it. However, I have found out that these particles with 0 flow rate are still existing (with zeros properties) It is memory consuming and the postprocessing is not nice.

If I am allowed to return PATH_ABORT in DEFINE_DPM_BC, why I am not allowed to use the same in DEFINE_DPM_LAW which I suppose I should use.

I hope that you know and make me happy, because this issue my nightmare.

Thank you, J.B.
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Old   May 14, 2008, 03:49
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nobody knows? I do not believe, please, share your experience!

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