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Old   February 26, 2016, 16:47
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I have designed a structure that has inlet and outlet orifices. I injected number of particles on the inlet orifice plane, and was able to visualize the path of particles throughout the structure with the residence time for each particle. However, I would like to see if there is any way that I can continuously add more particles during simulation at a set loading rate, instead of just injecting particles at one shot.
Your help would be greatly appreciated for my study.
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I have designed a structure that has inlet and outlet orifices. I injected number of particles on the inlet orifice plane, and was able to visualize the path of particles throughout the structure with the residence time for each particle. However, I would like to see if there is any way that I can continuously add more particles during simulation at a set loading rate, instead of just injecting particles at one shot.
Your help would be greatly appreciated for my study.

yes, you can inject further particles during the time, I don't see any relevant problem other than the memory requirement
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yes, you can inject further particles during the time, I don't see any relevant problem other than the memory requirement
Hi Filippo, would you like to share the details with me?
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Hi Filippo, would you like to share the details with me?
You have to put a set of fixed sources of particles in the inflow plane and decide after how many time steps each source let flow the particle
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You have to put a set of fixed sources of particles in the inflow plane and decide after how many time steps each source let flow the particle
Do you mean by inserting multiple planes in the structure and inject particles on those planes? Is there any way I can take a look at an example?
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