|January 15, 2013, 05:12||
can SPH be used to simulate a gel?
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I need to simulate a layer of highly viscous gel that sticks on the surface. The surface has a prescribed motion and deformation. The gel need to adapt to these changes automatically.
I am thinking of using SPH for this formulation. Can anyone throw me any pointers in this direction? I dont seem to find any such demonstration in the literature.
|deforming, gel, meshless, sph|
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