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Old   September 9, 2014, 09:07
Default DPM, access particle data - number of tries
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Hello everyone

I am able to access all particles in a domain if the number of tries is 1, but if I set this number to a higher values the number of Tracked_particle's increases (given a uniform distribution e.g.). Is it possible to also receive the data from these additional particles?
Using the standard loops (over the injections or begin_particle_cell_loop), I am still only able to access the ''original'' particles. If i try to access it by using the *next pointer in the Particle struct it doesn't work. There is no *next pointer in the Tracked_particle struct.

Is there any way to access the Tracked_particle data?
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Old   July 31, 2018, 02:40
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now,I are faced with the same problem. Did you solve it? If yes, please share your works. Thanks a lot!
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