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Old   January 17, 2020, 08:51
Default Laminar DPM + DEM collision model in FLUENT
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I have a laminar model injecting 4 streams of particles with 100 different diameters defined using the rosin-rammler distribution. The DEM collision model is activated. At the moment no particles escape so I attempted to display the particles to estimate how much i should increase the number of steps. however, when I attempt to display the particles, I get the following two messages:

This one shows up when I double click on the particle tracks in the results section of the tree:

Error: access: unbound variable
Error Object: gui-edit

This one shows up when i click on the blue "save/display" button in the particle tracks window:

Error: CAR: invalid argument [1]: wrong type [not a pair]
Error Object: ()

I don't know what the issue is here. I would appreciate some insight.
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