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Old   May 20, 2015, 02:49
Default How to make a graph about Langrangian Multiphase flow in unsteady state.
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Hi, Guys.

I have some questions about Simulation Graph.

I want to make a graph in Unsteady Simulation in indoor space.
There are a lot of particles in that Space. So I want to Know the
particle number in indoor at each timestep.

I need a graph that X Axis represents a time and Y Axis represents a particle total number in space. So I can confirm the particle number each timestep.

I already have a Track file in simulation. Is there any way to make a graph
by using a track file? Help me, Please. Thank you!!
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Old   June 7, 2015, 03:03
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Same problem here also, if you get to know please tell me also.
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