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Old   August 19, 2009, 09:58
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I have one question connected with DPM in Fluent. As a one of the models on my Msc Thesis I must simulate a flow of dust laden gas through something like dust concentrator. On inlet I introduce gas with some dust particles (concetntration is small enough to apply DPM). Model have two outlets, and my question is: it is possible to track particles in such way to know how many of them goes through one of the outlets. This is crucial for me to investigate efficiency and, which fractions of dust will be separated most efficient. If such information are possible I will be thankful for any help.
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