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Old   February 18, 2005, 12:40
Default Raindrop modelling
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vinod
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I am trying to model raindrop using Discrete phase model.I Started with wind simulation, get it iterated and then created plane above some height and dropped raindrop. After iterating by DPM i traced the particle in particle tracking but not happy with the result. Hope i am moving in wrong way. Anybody is there to help me in this model. Thanks Vinod
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