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Old   October 23, 2020, 12:17
Post Distinguish particles injected from Injection
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I'm working on a model to separate microparticles based on dipole interaction forces. Heterogeneous microspheres are injected using 2 injections, injection 0 & injection 1.

Do you know of a method to distinguish between particles injected from these injections. Injected particles from both injections are identical except for their surface properties and I'm using dipole interactions to separate the particles injected via the two injections. The interaction force is different for the two injections.

Thus, once a particle is located, I want to identify whether it is from injection 0 or injection 1.

Cant use DEFINE_DPM_INJECTION_INIT macro since I'm using DPM_BODYFORCE macro and cant insert DEFINE_DPM_INJECTION_INIT macro inside that.

I'd be grateful if you could help me with this.

Thank you!
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