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Old   December 23, 2008, 09:23
Default multicomponent particle injection in DPM
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Dear friends, I use multicomponent particle type injection, the material type in 'set injection property' is particle-mixture-template. But when I try to add specie to particle-mixture-material in material definition, the specie is always added to mixture-template which is set in model/species/transport&reaction. can someone help me?thank you.
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