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Old   May 19, 2003, 14:20
Default Torque on DPM
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Hi all, Hope this question is not too basic.

I'm trying to setup a 2D simulation which include forces on particles flowing in a liquid and I need to include the torques generated on the particles as they approach a solid surface.

I've read some physics books but I'm still not sure if the torques generated are forces or momentum sources and how I shall include them in the force balance of the particles.

Can someone give me some insight?


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