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Old   October 1, 2013, 15:01
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hi I'm student of naval architecture and I'm try to simulating flow around a vessel but the result seem to be wrong.
i think it might be from my Boundary conditions because i guess the outlet condition for water domain.
i see your work and i think you might know where can i found my answer
i search this forum and some other websites but no useful information founded.
I'm sorry that my English isn't good at all.
all i need is an example or references to be my guidance.
thanks.
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