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Default DPM tracking on saved data files
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Is it possible to automatically open the fluent .data files and run the particle track on them? I am sure it is possible with scheme files but has anyone did that before?

For example, I want to run the 1-way coupled continuous phase simulation with the DPM injection-1 and save the .data file for each time step.

Then use the same data files to do the steady-state DPM tracking for the injection-2 that has different specifications but is in the same domain (continuous phase).

Basically, the scheme file (connected with execute command) should be like this:
1. Open the .data files based on the order of time-step
2. run the particle track
3. save the variables that I need (like DPM position, time)
4. loop;
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