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Default Particle tracking fluent airfoil
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I am tracking particles that are interacting with my airfoil boundary. I want to figure out how many particles collide out the total ones. Whats their impact velocity and whats their angle of collision.

I am new to CFD post so a little detailed answer would be great.
Any tutorial would be awesome.

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