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Old   March 30, 2014, 14:22
Default Interpolate particles together with flow
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Hello everybody!

I have simulated a case in transient. In each time-step, a certain amounts of particles injected in the domain. let say we have 5000 particles within the domain in time-step = 100.
After obtaining the result, due to some requirement, I have to start from time-step = 0, but having that amount of particles (5000) and solved flow as initial solution.
Here, I have two question:

1. Is it possible to somehow assign zero value to time-step without initialization?

2. If not!, I interpolate the results (write), initialize the case and read in the interpolated result. But only the flow is interpolated and not that 5000 particles. How can I have particles also together with the flow?
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