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Particle trajectory and residence time using DPM model

    • Deepak_296
      Subscriber

      Dear Experts,

      I want to simulate the particle trajectory and residence time around a stationary spherical bubble (2 mm diameter) in a pipe (2D). The flow of water is from one end of the pipe with another end open. I have used the DPM model to set the injection with a specific location and size. The injection type is "group" with 20 streams. Particle location is near the inlet end with zero velocity in the direction of water flow. After running the case, I am not able to track the particle trajectory and other results associated with the particle. I am stuck here and am unable to rectify it myself. if you could help me to fix this, it would be a great help for me. Thanks

    • Rob
      Ansys Employee
      If you go to Particle Tracks in Fluent and "track" what information do you see in the text window?
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