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Old   August 24, 2011, 03:42
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Hello,

I have problem defining Injection. the particle types are inactive except "inert", and material I want to inject is not among the materials that I can choose.

where do you think the problem would be?

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Hi,
you can change particle material in (define->material->inert particle) as well.
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Thanks, but I don't know why it doesn't accept anything but gas-oil in the define->material->inert particle. Did I sth wrong that everything is inactive?

By the way, I have water and gasoil mixing together in a pipeline, but as water content is too low, I chose DPM to solve it.

Thank you for answering.
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When you have set the particle material in injection, you cannot see other alternatives later, so you can achieve your desired type by changing particle material properties in this panel and saving that (change/create); So, change properties of (gas-oil) to what you want!
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