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Initialization of particles

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I need help.

I want to distribute my particles uniformly throughout the simulation domain (0-140mm).

My beam is a hollow beam having inner radius (rb-2) and outer radius (rb+2) and rb=10.1mm.

I have tried for uniform distribution but I got only correct distribution at z=0.0mm.


So my question is how I can initially distribute them through the whole domain.

I want to see strip of electrons in the R-Z plane upto my end of the simulation domain that I cannot find….so please guide me how I can get it.

Please help me.

With best regards

Amitavo
 

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I need help.

I want to distribute my particles uniformly throughout the simulation domain (0-140mm).

My beam is a hollow beam having inner radius (rb-2) and outer radius (rb+2) and rb=10.1mm.

I have tried for uniform distribution but I got only correct distribution at z=0.0mm.


So my question is how I can initially distribute them through the whole domain.

I want to see strip of electrons in the R-Z plane upto my end of the simulation domain that I cannot find….so please guide me how I can get it.

Please help me.

With best regards

Amitavo

Are you using a specific piece of software? If so, what is it? I won't be able to help you, but you have more chance of someone else helping you if they knew what software it was.
 

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