|August 18, 2015, 20:41||
Viscous Layer Meshing of Close Packed Particles
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I have been trying to perform simulation of a column of tightly packed spheres. To get a successful workflow, I have started with 10 particles in a tube. Eventually, I would like to simulate thousands of particles in a tube, so manual clean-up of my mesh is not feasible.
I have been trying to create viscous layers using Salome, but I run into challenges with intersections and overlap.
Is there a better way to solve this problem?
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