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Old   December 21, 2022, 10:26
Default a small particle going beyond wall while using 6DOF properties. Can I reflect it?
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There is a particle which is moving under airflow inside a pipe. I am studying the 2D case using ANSYS Fluent. Also using overset mesh for the particle to place it inside the pipe.

While using 6 DOF properties under gravity, the particle moves out through the bottom wall where it was supposed to stop/bounce back/reflect. I am using one DOF translation in X axis and negative Y axis.

The animation video is shared in the below link:

Can anyone help me with this problem?
I can share the case file is needed.
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