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Old   February 12, 2011, 01:33
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Hi:

I am trying to simulate gas-solid flow in a pipe having two outlets using Discrete phase model. I want to calculate the mass flow rates at the two outlets. I am facing these problems:

1. when the simulation is running, I can see the number of particles escaping from the two outlets. But after some time when I again check, it shows particles only at one outlet.

2. When I read the previous .dat files, even in those it shows particles only at one outlet. Whereas in the contours i can see that the particles are there at the other outlet as well

I dont know what is happening. Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks alot
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