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Old   March 14, 2012, 01:27
Default Particle position in DPM
Dr. Moloy Kumar Banerjee
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I want to calculate the particle interaction force using DPM. For this force calculation I have to know the position of each and every particle at any particular step. Suppose I want to calculate the force on 'P' th particle, then that force is dependent on position of each particle, like
Force_on-Pth_part=Function(Position-part1+Position-part-2+.....+Position-part-N), where we assume that there are 'N' no of particles are injected.
The entire calculation has to be repeated for each particle that are being tracked.
Please help me in this regard.
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