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Old   March 18, 2015, 02:38
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I have some questions about Lagrangian Multiphase Simulation.

Firstly, I want to see the particle tracking simulation without Injector.
My simulation is for indoor airquality. So, I want to see the movement about indoor dust. But if I use Injector, It means some particles are inputted indoor. Is there any way to realize indoor dust?

Secondly, I want to compute a concentration of particles in Lagrangian Multiphase Simulation. I see the "Particle Molar Concentration of Species" in "Lagrangian Multiphase Field Functions Reference" in User Guide. But I don't know how to use it. Is it possible to compute concentration of particles in Lagrangian Multiphase Simulation? Please help me. Thank you
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