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Old   June 28, 2011, 08:17
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I want to simulate particles dynamics in a pipe. I want to inject a package of particles into the inlet of the pipe and see the behavior of those particles while they are moving in the pipe.
My question is what injection type shuold i use? should i use the group type, or the surface type when i set the inlet of the pipe as the mass flow inlet?

Thanks alot for any help
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