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Old   November 9, 2015, 08:11
Default Define a new force applied to particles using DPMFoam
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I'm trying to figure it out how to add a new force applied to particles.

For example, the force applied to particles is defined as

F(x,y) = A1*x*y

where A1 is a constant, x is a location of a particle in the x-direction, and and y in the y-direction.

How can I define x and y in DPMFoam?
Thanks in advance for your valuable comments.
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Old   June 27, 2023, 23:49
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Familiarize yourself with the structure and functioning of the DPMFoam solver within the OpenFOAM framework. This includes understanding how particle forces are calculated and applied.
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