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Old   March 17, 2016, 07:55
Default Lagrangian Multiphase Particles Crossing Walls
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Hello!

I'm new in star ccm+ and i have an issue using Lagrangian Multiphase.
I have a cylinder as region (all surfaces are walls) and when I put spherical particles some of them cross the wall and others stay inside. The dimensions of the cylinder are: D=300mm and L=60mm. I tried befor with a Cylinder with D= 50mm and L=50mm, and all the particles stayed inside the cylinder.

Anyone can help?



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