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Old   June 7, 2011, 18:31
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Hi,

I'm trying to perform a simulation using underwater acoustics. The intention is to have a sphere made of fluid elements (FLUID29), air, with a surrounding fluid of water (FLUID29) and then an infinite elements of water (FLUID129). I want to be able to put a plane wave source of sound located at some point within the infinite elements. The problem I would like to simulate is a multiple scattering problem.

Is this possible to do? I've been able to apply the source at a surrounding fluid of water (FLUID29), but not a good distance away in the infinite element space. If not, could you please recommend me a software package which may work better to suit my needs?

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Oh yeah, I'm using the command method of Ansys and Ansys 12.0 without the Workbench in case that helps.
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