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Numerical Simulation of Fluid-Particle Interactions with the
Number of Particles Reaching 100

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[Simulation 1]
[Simulation 2]
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** We carried out simulations for two different cases of 101 spheres
falling in a liquid-filled tube with radius 5.0. In the first case,
the sizes of the spheres are chosen randomly with their radii being
between 0.5 and 1.0. In the second case the radius of each sphere is 0.75.
In both cases, the initial positions of the spheres are chosen randomly to
fill up a segment of the tube. All spheres are initially at rest.**

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** This simulation consists of 101 randomly placed spheres with radii
between 0.5 and 1.0. Visit its own page here.**

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**This simulation consists of 101 randomly placed spheres with radius
0.75. Visit its own web page here.**

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### Random Sized Spheres

### Uniform Sized Spheres

**You may want to visit my
Virtual Reality Room to see 3D models of the begining
and ending configurations of the spheres.**

My previous simulations of up to 5 spheres.

An article about my previous simulations.

Download some of my publications including those describing this work.

Research being conducted by D. Joseph et al.

Last updated 6-28-96