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Old   May 27, 2013, 06:27
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Hello everybody,

I am modelling a water droplet ingestion through an axial compressor (steady state), and I am using the Lagrangian Particle Tracking model to keep the record of the particles.

From all the particles that have been ingested, I have the list of the particles that have deposited in one of the rotor blades, and I would like to know how to extract from each of those particles their respective x,y and z coordinates. Is that possible? How could I access that information?

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