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Old   July 31, 2011, 09:56
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Hello,
i am a new to fluent so please help me.

I have been using DPM model to calculate the erosion. I tried to track particles using particle track option. the problem is that in some cases a large no. of particle track are available (around 300), whereas using same mass flux the no of available particles tracks reduces to 7 or 8 only. I am having no idea wat's going on.

so please help.
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