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Old   July 12, 2019, 06:28
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Hello everyone,

I have a simple flow field, on which I activated the Discrete Phase Model to introduce some Mass Less Particles - from an inlet to an outlet. This is working quite well. With the Fluent integrated Particle Tracker I'm able to look at the trajectories of the particles. What I need now is to export this data. I am aware of the Export -> Particle History Data option. However I'd like to couple this information with more solution data. That means, for example, I have 1 particle trajectory where I want to save temperature, pressure and velocity as additional "columns".

Is this by any means possible from the Fluent interface? Or do I need to merge the particle history data and solution data bymyself?

Thanks in advance!
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