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Old   July 3, 2013, 05:35
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I need help setting up a dpm model, I went through the injection tutorial from fluent and i have a problem with injecting particles into a supersonic nozzle. Fluent keeps sending back a message to say incomplete. How can i correct that and if there is a standard procedure for injecting articles using DPM model please advise and also if there is a tutorial please share.
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