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Old   April 22, 2005, 05:56
Default Hi all, I would like to ask
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Hi all,

I would like to ask if somebody is already doing Euler/Lagrange calculations
for particle-laden flows? Or is there an algorithm for particle tracking
available in the standard libraries that could be used for some first steps?

Thank you.
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Old   April 22, 2005, 07:15
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There is already an algorithm for particle tracking being used by the dieselSpray class.

type 'src' and have a look in the lagrangian directory.

or have a look at the sample-utility which also uses it.

the word to look for is track.

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Old   April 23, 2005, 09:18
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Hi, Rasmus,

I am interested in a problem that I am wondering if I can also use your approach:

At t=0, metal particles evenly distribute in liquid inside a container. A magnetic field (due to a permanent magnet) is suddenly introduced. The particles start to flow. These particles may collide with each other and evently, these particles will hit a wall and stop. I also need to add an equation to calculate the body force due to magnetic field.

What do you think?

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