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Default Particle Forces in LPT using MPPICFoam
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I am using MPPICFoam to study the particle motion in a cyclone separator. The simulations are working fine.

Is there any way to print the forces acting on the particle? I am applying the drag force and gravity force on the particle.

I would like to print a file containing the magnitude of the drag force and gravity force at every time instant or select time instant.
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