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zsq December 1, 2009 21:28

the fuction curve of accumulative total granula in the outlet and time
 
hi,all
i'am a new member, i've done DPM (water and granula) tracking in Fluent, and would like to do the postprocessing of the fuction curve of accumulative total granula in the outlet and time.
thanks for you time.

JaC December 2, 2009 03:54

Hi zsq,

check the User's Guide - section 22.16.6 for Fluent 6 or 23.7.6 for Fluent 12.

If you have more questions, I will try to answer them ;)

Regards, Jakub B.

zsq December 2, 2009 23:43

Thanks for your reply:p, JaC
I've studide the User's Guide - section 22.16.6, but I've found the solutions of my question. I create a line near the outlet and in the Sample Trajectories panel select the line from the Lines list. But after I read the file (**.dpm) written in last step in Trajectory Sample Histograms panel, I don't know how to get the distribution of accumulative total granual by time. Does it need a UDF or other techniques?
I'll be appreciate for your reply.
Thanks!

JaC December 3, 2009 03:58

Hi again,

there might be some UDF to get cumulative distributions in Fluent 6, but I am not sure. I recomend you to get Fluent 12. The Trajectory Sample Histograms panel has much more options, including the one you are looking for.

Regards, Jakub

zsq December 3, 2009 20:40

Thank you again,
I'll get the Fluent 12, and have a try. But I also hear somebody saying that the Tecplot can do what I'm looking for, I'll have a look.
Best wishes, Jakub :D


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