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Old   March 19, 2022, 05:30
Default [ CENTRE OF MASS ] Water Droplet
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Hey there, I need to calculate the centre of mass for my simulation involving the interation between a normal shock wave and a water droplet .
I tried to look at some youtube tutorials but they weren't so helpful..could you me provide me any advice?
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Old   March 19, 2022, 10:11
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You may integrate the droplet for yourself, using the alpha file. I gave you an example program for that in a private communication.
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Die der Hauptbewegung überlagerte Schwankungsbewegung ist in ihren Einzelheiten so hoffnungslos kompliziert, daß ihre theoretische Berechnung aussichtslos erscheint. (Hermann Schlichting, 1950)
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