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Old   April 21, 2005, 05:22
Default Hi! I am struggling a bit wit
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I am struggling a bit with particles colliding/not colliding with the wall. Are there any methods available to find out if a cell belongs to a boundary, or do I have to go through all the patches of the mesh, adding the cells to a list or something similar?

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