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Old   February 5, 2003, 15:13
Default Droplets not found in the domain
Julie Polyakh
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I have copied my model with droplets injection into the new folder and created new geometry (in the same axes limits). Each time I try to run a new analysis, appears the following warning: "Warning #019: 50 new parcels have been injected and only 0 is found in the domain".

Is there any way to fix the problem (excluding entering all the parcels from the beginning)?

Thank you in advance,

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Old   February 6, 2003, 02:24
Default Re: Droplets not found in the domain
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I had the same messages several times, but each time I had some parameter set badly, e.g. the coordinate system for the injector was outside my domain, the units my mesh was in differed to the units the coord.system was created. I guess this message can also appear, when you put the injector at some symmetry or generally at boundary planes.
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