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Old   September 15, 2013, 21:36
Default suction effect in Lagrangian particle method.
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Hello everyone.
I am now working in Moving particle semi implicit (MPS) method.
My target is to create suction effect (negative pressure) behind
the rotating fan so that particles after striking the fan do not rebound back.

I will be extreme thankful to you if anybody suggest me
the concept behind the suction effect using MPS (gridless) method.

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