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Old   July 4, 2014, 09:52
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Hello everybody,

I am working on Euler-Lagrange simulations.
For the Eulerian field I calculate a mass flow (kg/s) each time step. I pass this field to the Lagrangian phase. Now I want to add new particles for each cell according to the mass flow of this cell (from the Eulerian field) every time step.
Does anyone have an idea how to implement this or already done something similar?

Thank you in advance!
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