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Asked by 403175147 on 2013-11-26

Hi

I want to change the particle displacement function. Which is the source of displacement function of particle motion in yade?

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Jérôme Duriez (jduriez) said : #1

Hi,

Could you please precise your question (at least for me who does not really get it) ? What "displacement function" do you have in mind ? (and if possible, modify also the title so that it would be more meaningfull ;-) )

403175147 (yanfb-1019) said : #2

thank you teacher
      I would like to use the manifold cover concept of the numerical manifold method in YADE, So I want to know the particle displacement function source code. It is that displacement function is the function used to represent the particle movement.

At 2013-11-26 21:16:02,jduriez <email address hidden> wrote:
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>really get it) ? What "displacement function" do you have in mind ? (and
>if possible, modify also the title so that it would be more meaningfull
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Do you know how the explicit integration in DEM works? Because it seems you are looking for something that does not exist:
we have no functional representation of the displacements. Or maybe I don't understand your question.

Besides, could you please edit the title of your question and make it something with some sense?

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