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Old   April 11, 2018, 22:52
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I am examining the particle exposure in the lower airways.

I would like to illustrate the exact location of the trapped particles. As done here for instance: (https://goo.gl/images/5EAjWc). (Maybe more detailed)

I donít know how to do this. I have tried to play with the Particle residence time and change the DMP boundary conditions from trap to reflect. But I donít get the same results if I simulate with boundary condition as reflect with reflection coefficients (constant) equal to 0.0 or if I simulate the boundary conditions as trap Ė so this method is not valid.

I have only managed to get the location of the deposited particles from the summary.

I use Fluent 18.0 and CFD post for post processing.

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