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Old   September 3, 2018, 09:47
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Dear Foamers,

I built myself a solver which is basically a chtMultiRegionFoam including a custom lagrangian solver. Everything worked well and I got nice results.

Now I wanted to continue a simulation with two regions, one of them containing particles, from the latest time. But somehow, decomposePar does not include the lagrangian data. Is this my fault or may it be a bug? As there is no solver containing multi region and lagrangian functionality in the official packages, it might not be considered as a bug. But does anyone have an idea how to include the particles in decomposition?

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