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Old   November 27, 2008, 05:19
Default How to find out the trapped particles mass?
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Fabio
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Hi all, i need this type of output in order to compare the efficiency of different geometries. The domain is a duct with a Y shape, one inlet is for flow and the other is for particle. I have read also many post but in some cases i dubt on the measure units. Also the total number of trapped particles is ok, i'm using the DPM model. Thank in advance for your time.
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