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Old   October 29, 2015, 12:19
Default Turbulent dispersion in Lagrangian particle tracking
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The CFX theory guide suggests performing the turbulent dispersion as a post-process, with one particle iteration. As I understand, this means running the simulation again, starting with the solution without dispersion for one particle iteration. Is this correct?

Also, is only one particle iteration sufficient for calculating the dispersion? Any help regarding this would be appreciated.

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