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Default How to Displaying Mass Concentration of a Discrete phase in Paraview?
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Hi,

I'm new to OpenFoam/Paraview, having previously used Fluent. So apologies if it's a straightforward problem, I'm still trying to learn the ropes!

I've run a DPM simulation in OpenFoam and am attempting to post-process in Paraview. Ideally, I want to get mass concentration contours of the discrete phase at the domain outlet. Although for my needs the volume fractions at the outlet may also suffice.

I've added a pic of the simulation in question for context.

Can anyone advise on how I might go about this?
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