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particle system


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particle system

particle system

system of particles

system of particles

system of particles

Application to Few-Particle Systems

On the stability of test particles in extrasolar multiple planet systems

Quantization of Many-Particle Systems and Quantum Statistics in Lower Dimensions

Comparison of two techniques for measuring penetration of sodium chloride particles through breathing system filters

Single-Particle Potentials and Effective Masses of Hyperons in Hyperonic Nuclear Systems

Air shower simulation for WASAVIES: warning system for aviation exposure to solar energetic particles

Effect of Particle-Phonon Coupling on Pairing Correlations in Finite Systems The Atomic Nucleus

State and parameter estimation of the heat shock response system using Kalman and particle filters

Development of an ICCD–scintillator system for measurement of spatial dose distributions around ‘hot particles’

Effects of small particle numbers on long-term behaviour in discrete biochemical systems

In situ HREM study on the structural instability of isolated nanometre‐sized alloy particles in the Sn‐Bi system

Behavior of sulfate reducing bacteria under oligotrophic conditions and oxygen stress in particle-free systems related to drinking water

Influence of Housing System, Grain Type, and Particle Size on Salmonella Colonization and Shedding of Broilers Fed Triticale or Corn-Soybean Meal Diets1

Wind accretion in close binary systems: a 3D smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulation of disc structure and dynamics

 

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A means of modeling objects without boundaries, such as fire, cloud, smoke, gas, and water. An object is represented by a collection of elementary particles whose trajectories are traced. These individual particles move in three-dimensional space and change such attributes as color, transparency, and size as a function of time. Accurate modeling of the physics of the system is not attempted; instead heuristic laws are used to approximate the desired effect.

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