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Old   March 6, 2011, 18:58
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I would like to use massless particles with particle tracking in CFX 10.0. However, I am not quite sure what the properties of a newly created material should be in order its particles to be massless. I mean, it is not possible to put a zero value in density. Should I put an extremely small value for the density instead? Or is there another trick?
I have read the documentation (nothing is mentioned) and similar posts, but all discussions end without giving an explicit practical answer/suggestion on this issue.
Thank you in advance
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