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Old   February 11, 2020, 06:23
Default Particle deposition using DPM in fluent
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Hello everyone.
I am trying to simulate velocity distribution and particle deposition using DPM model in fluent.
Particle size- 1micron
Particle density- 2000kg/m3
number of particles to be injected- 10000.
I am using injection type as surface and choosing inlet surface for injection.
For outlet- 'escape' boundary condition
For wall- 'trap'.


First question- How can I give number of particles to be injected? I am not able to get it.
Second question- In boundary conditions, for inlet it is automatically taking as escape which is wrong I guess?
Third question- After simulation how to see where particles are deposited in post-processing?
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