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Old   March 30, 2013, 17:10
Default Unsteady DPM Problem
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I want to track micro particles using DPM module in FLUENT in an unsteady manner. A large number of tracking steps is needed for a particle to be removed from the domain (say for example 10^5 steps for each particle). since every flow time step takes a considerable time(say 30 min) I want to track every particle 10 times in every flow time step. however I think FLUENT track every particle just 1 time in every flow time step. can anyone tell me how I can do that?
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