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Old   September 26, 2018, 11:04
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Hello everyone!

I'm working on a problem with one inlet and multiple outlets with DEM particles. The objective is to be able to determine where to release a particle so it will reach a certain outlet. To be able to do this quickly I want to release multiple particles distributed on the inlet interface. An example of what the end results should look like. The different colours indicate the position a particle needs to "spawn" to go to a certain outlet.

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Jeroen

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