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Old   July 29, 2004, 05:44
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allan
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Hi

I have one inlet with particles and multiple outlets. I want to find out how many particles (mass flow rate) exit from each outlet. I'm using 3.2. Is there an easy way to do this.

Thanks in advance

Allan
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Old   August 18, 2004, 05:01
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Michiel
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Hi Allen,

If I'm right you can detect in what type of cell a particle is. So if you make different fluid types at eacht outlet you can see trough which outlet your particle leaves.

I think you have to do some user programming using the drobcw.f user routine.

good luck Michiel
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