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Old   September 24, 2003, 22:25
Default how to define particle tracked number
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Now I am trying to calculate the trajectories of the ultra fine particles in the ESP. The DPM, surface injection type, when I specicfied the particle distribution RR fit, and the iterations are terribly slow! The particle tracked number is around 600 and the results don't make sense either.

Is there any way to change the tracked number?, or there are other factors I neglectd which ruined my calculations?

Your idea will be appreciated!

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Old   September 27, 2003, 12:12
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Hi: After reading the menu, I found that the number is related to the mash faces and the diameter defined in the injection property.

Anyway, I got the answer for the calculation.

Good weekend!
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