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Old   February 23, 2011, 22:42
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Hi! I wanna build a droplet sourse model in which the droplet would be moved by electric field forces. So the droplet must be charged initially, but how can i do this?
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Hi! I wanna build a droplet sourse model in which the droplet would be moved by electric field forces. So the droplet must be charged initially, but how can i do this?
thank you!
The current droplet source model does not allow the electric charge to be defined. If the droplets are small compared to the mesh size, you could use a particle source instead. They can carry a charge, albeit the same for all particles. Would this work?
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