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Old   September 29, 2017, 07:53
Default Incidence angle & velocity component of particles
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Hi there
anybody knows how to find incidence angle of a particle in the fluid domain in CFX? Or how to determine instantaneous velocity components of a particle?
I wanna import Oka erosion model as a ccl file to CFX and I need to obtain impact angle of any particles(alpha in pic)
Thank you in advance
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