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Old   September 29, 2008, 08:05
Default Particle Tracking - Can't define water particles
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Using ANSYS-CFX, I am trying to simulate Spray using Particle Tracking. The problem involves air flow in a pipe, water is injected through an injector when the air is half-way through the pipe.

In the fluids list, i select both water and air. Then when i check the box - particle tracking, i cannot pick water from the particle list.

Am i doing something wrong here?

Please help asap.


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Old   October 2, 2008, 06:28
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Dear CFDLife,

when you are using the particle tracking, you should not select the water in the fluid list..then you can see water in your partical tracking list.

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Old   October 3, 2008, 06:12
Default Re: Particle Tracking - Can't define water particl
sanjay pawar
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Dear rahul if we select water in fluid list then also we have water in particle tracking list. so how to go further?
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