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Old   July 14, 2009, 16:14
Default Problem with bin_particles_in_cells command
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Hi,

I see that the command "bin_particles_in_cells(domain)" is giving me error in Fluent 12 version, saying "Too few arguments". Looks like it needs one more argument, and of int type. The command used to work fine in Fluent 6 with just the 'domain' argument.
If anyone has any idea of the updated usage, I would be grateful.

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Old   May 13, 2010, 16:05
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I have been using User Defined Function: bin_particles_in_cells(d).

This function worked with Fluent 6.3.26 but it does not work anymore with ANSYS FLUENT.

Does anyone know how to go around this problem?

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Old   January 18, 2011, 02:33
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Hi,

did anybody solve this problem?? I also want to use the command "bin_particles_in_cells(domain)". I'm using version 12.1. The error message is "Too few arguments".
Can anybody help me please I stuck here!!

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Old   January 23, 2011, 11:37
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Hi,

I found the function bin_particles_in_cells in the cl_dpm.h file.
"FLUENT_EXPORT void bin_particles_in_cells(Domain *domain, cxboolean init_cells);"
So this function needs another argument init_cells of cxboolean type. Right now I dont't know how to handle this. Does anybody else what is meant by init_cells??

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Old   November 11, 2011, 04:48
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Hi every body,

I am using a UDF containing bin_particles_in_cell and I need to know that what this macro does.

I will be grateful if someone can answer it.

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Old   May 2, 2012, 03:33
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Hi Wikie,
Do you have any idea about the argument "cxboolean init_cells"? I've tried some value(0,1,FALSE,TRUE) for the argument. There is no error and the case can run. BUT the results are obviously wrong. There is NO particle is tracked in the domain.
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hi
does anybody here solved the problem about : cxboolean init_cells?

i am using Fluent v 15.0
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Hello guys,

I have just solved this issue.

Cxboolean type is just T/F data type and init_cells is something I suppose we have to do like, initialize particles in cells.

So try your cases with:

So you can just try

Bin_particles_in_cells(domain, TRUE)

Thanks and good luck.

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