You can write the positions of all particles and then do reduction on the position. This can be done either outside of Fluent using the exported particle tracks or in Fluent using some UDF's. I think and if you want to see the results on the Euler Grid, I usually use DEFINE_DPM_SOURCE to store the particle information into the cell and just returning zero as source. Using that you can then save the particles positions of all particles located in that cell and do some weighting using residence time.Another cheaper alternative is to rely on the DPM mean values which might provide some quick and dirty solutions for you!n
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