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Old   June 29, 2023, 08:58
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Hello evryone,

I am a new user for the CFD Post. I've struggled with a problem that I can't make the periodical simulation displays in correct way.

The case as follows:
The simulation is about the particle transmission in the cabin. I only simulated for one row. The front face and the back face were set to translational periodic. It results that the particles will jump to another place when it reaches the front face or the back face. Finally, when I display it in the CFD Post, It wil show a periodical scene rather a whole scene. I don't know how to make the particles which reach the front face stich to the particles at the back face.

I only figure out one solution that I export the dpmrpt files, to minus one unite length when the particles' Z postion changes dramatically. Then changing the dpmrpt files as a txt files, import to the CFD Post. Finally, It displays as follows:
Invalid CFX-4 Particle Track file: D:/Users/Roy/Desktop/data/txt2.0-minus.txt
Invalid number of data elements supplied on line 2:
Expecting 4, Received 2.

If someone have idea about this problem, I'll be so grateful!!! THANKS!!!
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