What do "collision" and "geometry" do in DualSPHysics-coupling-Chrono

Hi, I am reading page 4 of the "XML_GUIDE_CHRONO", not sure how to use the command <collision> and <geometry>.

Does the "collision" only define the interaction between boundary particle and boundary particle? If I only care about the interaction between fluid particle and boundary particle, do I still need to set <collision>?

I have no idea what does the <geometry> command do. Anyone please help me explain it in more details?

Appreciate it!


  • Chrono is used to compute collisions between solid objects


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