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Default DPM particle tracking in TUI (without displaying)
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Hi All,

I'm trying to write a journal file which tracks particles flowing through a geometry in a steady state flow. I am able to do this through the GUI journal commands by displaying injections and tracking particles on screen, and summary reporting the fates to a text file. However, I believe this bottlenecks my simulation speed and I want to write one in text-based user interface only.

Does anyone know the TUI commands for one-way coupling DPM injections and reporting their fates to file (without displaying them)? Should give me something like:


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Zone 5 - 50 0
Zone 4 - 45 0

Thanks in advance. -sjc
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