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Old   September 28, 2023, 21:18
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Hello Foamers,

I'm new using OpenFOAM maybe for 3 months, and recently one problem with my DPM case rwas haunting me for a while: I'm simulating some smoke in a room with DPMFoam, the calculation was fine; at the end I need to calculate the volume of the cells which has certain numbers of particles or higher ones ,aka. the volume of smoke which has certain or higher concentration.

This PostProcessing-Problem is kinda new to me, also I was trying looking for some useful infomation, and I think the "Function-Object" and "Post-Processing" should be helping, but until now no clear clue was formed.

So leave some helps here please, thanks to all!
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