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Old   June 8, 2005, 15:51
Default DPM, UDF, Injection Type
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Basicly I want an injection with all the features that a "File Injection" has, namely I want to specify properties for each particle. But I don't like the "File Injection" since the file would be very large if the particle number is large. Moreover, I don't want to store such kind of injection files. So, my question is, can we use UDF to create an injection and initialize it? If yes, how?

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