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Re: [deprecated list] About the easiest method to obtain the contact force of each particle?
"Janek Kozicki" <janek_listy@xxxxx>, <yade-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
"Chen, Feng" <fchen3@xxxxxxx>
Sat, 31 Jan 2009 13:18:29 -0500
[Yade-users] [deprecated list] About the easiest method to obtain the contact force of each particle?
I looked at the paper:
J. Kozicki, F.V. Donzé YADE-OPEN DEM: an open-source software using a discrete element method to simulate granular material. Engineering Computations, (accepted for publication) 2008
I think Figure 12 (b), or Figure 11 (b)- "distribution of forces" is enough to solve my problem, must I upgrade to the latest SVN to plot that? Sorry I am still using yade.0.11.1 :-P
From: yade-users-bounces+fchen3=utk.edu@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Janek Kozicki
Sent: Sat 1/31/2009 2:07 AM
Subject: Re: [Yade-users] [deprecated list] About the easiest method to obtain the contact force of each particle?
Chen, Feng said: (by the date of Sat, 31 Jan 2009 01:23:17 -0500)
> The ElasticContactLaw seems to loop over the contact but not for each particle.
the sum of all forces acting on each body is stored in physical actions / bex
size of this container == number of bodies
Janek Kozicki |
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