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Old   September 3, 2010, 06:44
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Thanks for reading this thread...

I want to do particle tracking in fluent and I don't know how to create injections for the particles...

I already know, that there will be problems because fluent "can't figure which cell particle is gong to" and aborts all the tracks, how can I prevent that or what can I do to keep at least some tracks running... (->I'm simulating a simple flow restrictor...)

Thanks in advance for any replies on how to solve my problems.
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