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Old   March 31, 2010, 22:11
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Using DPM model I calcluate the particles at the outlet. My boundary condition at the 3 outlets for DPM is trap. So by zones i come to know that this zone has this much of trap particles.

What i did is that first I did the calculation without DPM then i turned off the fluid motion and included DPM on that velocity field. then I summarized it on particle tracking panel but then i summarized again to see whether it gives same result always but second time it gave different result with same conditions. May be i didnt initialize the DPM,.

Could anybody tell me that after getting the summary of the particle track if i want to get another summary then how to initialize the previous summary,

Please guide.
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