|March 10, 2011, 06:29||
Set a maximum particle number on a surface injection
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I would like to inject a specific number of particles through a surface. I tried to use the injection panel, with mass flow rate, diameter and material but It doesn't work, the number of particles is still growing.
How can I set a maximum number of particles ??
Thank you in advance
|March 10, 2011, 11:36||
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to set specific particle stream over a surface, you can build a virtual plane in surface->plane and it should be bounded and also sampled. if you set this surface as your injection plane, the total particle stream will be equal to sample points number.
|January 19, 2016, 01:35||
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I have question with your solution
I made virtual bounded plane with sample point in fluent. but where can I select this virtual plane as injection plane. I entered set injection properties tab and select injection type as surface. there is no virtual plane in surfaces.
How can I deal with it?
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