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Old   January 5, 2009, 04:19
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Fabio
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Hi all and Happy New Year!!! I was wandering if is possible to integrate in the time variable the Discrete Phase Concentration function at the Outlet surface in my domain. My purpose is to get how much of the Discrete Phase is passed through this surface and where on that surface by means of an isolevel graph if possible... PLS answer also with other ideas that could work Thx in advance
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Old   January 24, 2009, 17:39
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Fabio
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Hi again maybe i could explain my problem more clearly, i've runned some simulatons with the DPM model, as postprocess i got at the outlet surface a Discrete Phase Concentration animation and in the report the total number of particles escaped and trapped. Now i would like to get a plot at the outlet surface where is reported the last position on tihs surface of the escaped particles, but not for each time step like the animation mentioned before but a single plot with the positions of all the escaped particles at the end of the simulation if possible using contours style.
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