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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. 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:+The syntax in parameter files is
- [[GfsParticleList]] ... GfsParticulate { Id X Y Z MASS VOLUME Vx Vy Vz Fx Fy Fz } ...+ [ [[GfsParticle]] ] MASS VOLUME Vx Vy Vz Fx Fy Fz
-where+with
-* 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+
 +;<code>MASS</code>: the particle mass
 +;<code>VOLUME</code>: the particle volume
 +;<code>(Vx,Vz,Vz)</code>: the particle velocity
 +;<code>(Fx,Fy,Fz)</code>: the forces exerted on the particle
- +<examples/>
-* [[GfsEvent]]+
-** [[GfsParticle]]+
-*** [[GfsParticulate]]+

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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 syntax in parameter files is

[ GfsParticle ] MASS VOLUME Vx Vy Vz Fx Fy Fz

with

MASS
the particle mass
VOLUME
the particle volume
(Vx,Vz,Vz)
the particle velocity
(Fx,Fy,Fz)
the forces exerted on the particle


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