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Default Gas Residence Time Distribution in a Reactor
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Hello everyone, I am new-ish to ANSYS Fluent.
I urgently need to get the Residence Time Distribution of gas phase inside a reactor, and I was told Particle Tracking using Massless injections is a good way to do so. I've been trying for days and it does not work properly.
Can anyone explain me the steps to do so? and how to control the amount of injections (say I require 500 massless injections)?
Thank you so much in advance, much appreciated!
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