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Default Multiple surface particle injections from the command line
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I need to obtain particle injection data for several sizes of particles in 10 different solved cases (30 releases).

I'm attempting to do this through a batch file, but am hitting a problem. I need my release grid to be 150x30 with particles on a 1x1 spacing. When you define a point-array, you define the number of particles per side, meaning that to get a 1x1 distribution, I have to define square arrays.

So I define 5 30x30 point-arrays, which give me the particle layout that I'm looking for. However, when I go to define an injection using the command line, I can only get it to use a single release surface (instead of all 5). I also can't find a way to stitch the 5 surfaces together into a single one.
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