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Hello,
I am working on a 3D cuboidal geometry and using the DPM particle tracking model. I have created a UDF which essentially rearranges my particles in a certain specified manner as soon as they enter the flow domain from one of the faces of the cuboid. Now in order to verify whether this UDF is arranging the particles in the desired manner, I would like to plot the particle number concentration v/s z (coordinate), so that I can check and see if the number of particles is actually increasing with increasing z-coordinate (which is what is desired) or not. Can anyone please tell me if it is possible to make such a plot in Ansys? If yes, how is it done? Thanks in advance.
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