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Old   March 23, 2016, 03:56
Question Can I only inject soildparticles by sprayFoam?
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I was trying to simulate particles flow distribution and collisions in an underground tunnel. The particles were injected into the tunnel by a track with a constant velocity, for example 2000 particles per second. Wind blow into the tunnel from the left side of the tunnel with a constant velocity, 4 m/s for instance. No chemistry reaction during the simulation.

Can I use sprayFoam to simulate my case? If I can, what should I set, I have tried to set the sprayCloudproperties in the tutorials/lagrangian/sprayFoam/aachenBomb? But I have no idea,where should I change, just need to replace the fluid by particles?

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