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Old   March 13, 2010, 14:55
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hi all
I have a problems. I have a reactor
containing particles and not as simulate these, then do not enter the reactor but are already in before the reactor begins operating so I can not consider as mas flow inlet for example.


can anyone help me?
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Sorry, I'm not understanding what you want.
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You can inject particles in your domain everywhere you want, what is the problem exactly?
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You can inject particles in your domain everywhere you want, what is the problem exactly?

thanks Bernhard; my problem is that the particles are not injected, but are already inside the reactor before it starts working.
I don´t know how simulate this situacion

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thanks Bernhard; my problem is that the particles are not injected, but are already inside the reactor before it starts working.
I don´t know how simulate this situacion

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I think you can create planes inside the domain, from where your DPM iterations can start.

But I suppose your particles are somehow distributed in your domain?
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