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Old   March 10, 2009, 20:09
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I am trying to use the Brownian diffusion for particles in fluent, but it doesnt work properly. what should I do in order to fix the results?
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Fluent brownian motion is a piece of rubbish Hopefully you know by now. You use ur own udf to capture the brownian motion.
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