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(noted that GfsForceDrag is only for GfsParticulate discrete masses and not GfsParticle point particles)
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-A [[GfsForceDrag]] is one of the type of forces that can be exerted on [[GfsParticulate]] discrete mass-particles in the [[particulates]] module. As its name suggests the drag force opposes the slip velocity.+[[GfsForceDrag]] defines the drag force exerted on [[GfsParticulate]]s.
-The syntax in parameter files is:+The syntax in parameter files is
- [ [[GfsForceCoeff]] ]+ [ [[GfsForceCoeff]] ]
-which only occurs as part of a [[GfsParticleList]] and within which it looks like:+where [[GfsForceCoeff]] defines the drag coefficient.
- [[GfsParticleList]] { ... } [[GfsParticulate]] { ... } { +<examples/>
- ...+
- [[GfsForceDrag]] Cd +
- ...+
- }+
- +
-where Cd is the drag coefficient of the particle (double).+
- +
-For developers the object hierarchy for [[GfsForceDrag]] is:+
- +
-* [[GtsSListContainee]]+
-** [[GfsParticleForce]]+
-*** [[GfsForceCoeff]]+
-**** [[GfsForceDrag]]+

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GfsForceDrag defines the drag force exerted on GfsParticulates.

The syntax in parameter files is

[ GfsForceCoeff ]

where GfsForceCoeff defines the drag coefficient.

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