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Old   July 4, 2019, 06:34
Default Particle Residence Time export using DPM Model
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Hello everyone,

I am simulating a cyclone and am looking for the residence time of every particle as data .

I have a picture showing what I need as data in CFX Post and Fluent itself (see the attachment), still I am too dumb to extract the residence time from the picture/some other form of getting it.

Help would be very much appeciated. My goal is to get a Residence Time distribution diagram. If there is any other smart way to get to it I am also open for suggestions.
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