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Old   February 24, 2019, 09:48
Default Particles lost in MPM model(macroscopic particle model)-ANSYS Fluent?
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I am using the packing option in MPM model and my bed contains 148 particles; however, when I do run the simulation most of my particles are lost and not copied. I also get a warning of my particles not being tracked. Please check the images to get a better image of the problem. May I kindly know how to resolve this issue.
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