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where where
 +* Id is the id number of the particle
 +* X, Y and Z are its initial position
 +* MASS is its mass
 +* VOLUME its volume
 +* Vx, Vz and Vz its initial velocity
 +* Fx, Fy and Fz the initial forces it experiences
-- Id is the id number of the particle+ 
-- X, Y and Z are its initial position+ 
-- MASS is its mass+* [[GfsEvent]]
-- VOLUME its volume+** [[GfsParticle]]
-- Vx, Vz and Vz its initial velocity+*** [[GfsParticulate]]
-- Fx, Fy and Fz the initial forces it experiences+

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A GfsParticulate is a Lagrangian particle with a mass and a volume. It can also have an initial velocity and/or force. The object is derived from GfsParticle and similarly is to be used as a particle type when defining a list of Lagrangian particle (GfsParticleList).

The syntax as part of the GfsParticleList syntax is:

GfsParticleList ... GfsParticulate { Id X Y Z MASS VOLUME Vx Vy Vz Fx Fy Fz } ...

where

  • Id is the id number of the particle
  • X, Y and Z are its initial position
  • MASS is its mass
  • VOLUME its volume
  • Vx, Vz and Vz its initial velocity
  • Fx, Fy and Fz the initial forces it experiences


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