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Old   May 25, 2013, 00:52
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Hello all,

I am working on a droplet separator, DPM , 1 way coupling. (FLUENT)

I have achieved the velocity etc. contours according to my expectation. But I am not able to track the particles. all the particles are evaporating very quickly.

particles injected: 1990, escaped: 0, trapped: 1, evaporated: 1800, incomplete = 89..

even I can cannot visualize the particles tracked in the whole domain. what might be the reason for this ? How to make the particles to move till the outlet of my domain.

I hope you understood.

Thanks in advance.
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