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I am doing particle simulation analysis for an office building using fluent. I am using k-e model for air flow. The particles are entering along with the air. I have to simulate the concentration of particle inside the room with respect to time and length.Please suggest me some references /methodologies/tutorials for these type of simulations.

Could anyone please help me in this.
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