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Old   April 21, 2017, 07:18
Default Injection injection-0: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations
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Need help;

I am running my simulation in which there are injections and particles are injected using DPM model. The simulation went well for the 2000 iterations but after that it did not inject the right number of particle parcels in the domain rather than it is showing the following msg in console
arning: Injection injection-0: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations, probably outside the domain. This will inject 10% LESS MASS.

Plain orifice nozzle is single phase

Warning: Injection injection-1: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations, probably outside the domain. This will inject 10% LESS MASS.

Plain orifice nozzle is single phase

Warning: Injection injection-10: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations, probably outside the domain. This will inject 10% LESS MASS.

Plain orifice nozzle is single phase

Warning: Injection injection-11: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations, probably outside the domain. This will inject 10% LESS MASS.

Plain orifice nozzle is single phase

Warning: Injection injection-2: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations, probably outside the domain. This will inject 10% LESS MASS.

Plain orifice nozzle is single phase

Warning: Injection injection-3: LOST 2 out of 20 injection locations, probably outside the domain

Kindly help if somebody has any experience with that.

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Old   April 25, 2017, 07:48
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How is your injection defined? Surface or file?
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Old   April 25, 2017, 12:49
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How is your injection defined? Surface or file?
Thanks for response.

I have defined the injections as plain orifice atomizer.

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Old   April 26, 2017, 02:01
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I assume you are running fluent in parallel.

Check from 'Models - Discrete Phase - Parallel' which option are you using: 'Shared memory' or 'Message passing'?

I once had very similar problem with one of these options. I don't remember which one. Maybe you can try both.
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Old   April 28, 2017, 13:11
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hallo everyone.

I want to inject nano particle in fluent.I have a reactangular geometry.But when I inject particle at my inlet the residual blow off and the solution divergence.Any help please??
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Old   May 5, 2017, 04:07
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I had something here, but it does not fit your problem.

For some reason, I can't delete this post.
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