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Old   April 2, 2014, 09:39
Post Distribution model to inject particles of two specific sizes only (not a range)
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Hey ya foamers!!

I am trying to develop a case where I have particles of two different sizes (2mm and 5mm dia) being injected into the domain. Does anyone have any insight on how I could accomplish this using the available distribution models??

I am currently using CellZoneinjection to inject particles of size 2mm (fixed value distribution). I would like to continue to use the same injection model but for injecting two particle sizes simultaneously.

Thanks in advance!!

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Old   June 15, 2015, 18:17
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Not sure if you have already solved this. You can define two models, model1 and model2 for different injection properties under injectionModels option in the /constant/cloudProperties file.
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