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DPM: Table of Distance Traveled of each Particle

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Old   July 17, 2020, 13:56
Default DPM: Table of Distance Traveled of each Particle
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Hello All,

I'm working on a project that aims to use CFD data and machine learning in a biomedical application. I've managed to get a list of residence times of every particle injected into my model, but we think that distance traveled by each particle could be an important parameter in our machine learning algorithm. I've searched this forum and scanned through google results, but have not found a way to get a table of the distance traveled by each particle.

I get the residence times of each particle by doing a sample report on the outlet of our transient system and it provides me with a particle ID and residence time. I'm able to get displacement in a similar fashion, but displacement isn't equivalent to the distance traveled as we have re-circulation zones.

If anyone has an idea on how to get the distance traveled of each particle, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your time!
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