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Old   August 31, 2022, 18:31
Default Why my "particle tracking" option is disabled in Ansys fluent simulation setup?
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In one of my simulation experiments, I'm using Ansys 2022. The model now has unsteady flow, and I've introduced a surface-based particle injection. But t he "DPM report" option is grayed out and I am unable to add any DPM*report definitions in the model. Additionally, I was attempting to add a "particle track" graphic in order to visualize the movement of the particles within the space. However, that choice is also disabled. Is there anything specific I'm overlooking that's contributing to this issue?
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