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Old   July 22, 2014, 05:54
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Hi all,

I tried to get the particle residence time of a trajectory in a cell using DPM's macros. Notice that it is correct as without interaction with continuous phase (let's say t = 1s). It becomes 0.5 s as the interaction of phases is enabled. It seems that the residence time is averaged. Anyone know why?

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