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Old   December 9, 2016, 13:11
Default How to track Particle Deposition in a particular region?
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Dear All,
I am trying to analyse Two phase air-particle flow using DPM in Fluent, Ansys.
I am trying to study two phase air-particle flow in an inverted Y shaped pipe.Here particles and air flows in through velocity inlet at top(1).Flow bifurcates in two regions(2&3) and outflow conditions are used.My problem is how do I find how many no. of particles flow through each bifurcation,so that to calculate Deposition fraction of*each region.* *

I am attaching snapshot of example of particle track file.

kindly help me.

How to track Particle Deposition in a particular region? I am trying to analyse Two phase air-particle flow using DPM in Fluent, Ansys..pls help
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