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Old   November 10, 2001, 00:51
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Luis
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Hi,

We are modeling the flow approaching a damn with bottom discharge (simulating the turbine demand) using CFX4.3 homogeneous model. Though the water stratifies pretty nice, we found an almost calm water on the surface even at a 1000 feet distance upstream the damn. Since the result, though feasible, is not totally convincing us, we would like to have anybody's else feedback on free-surface modeling accuracy (velocity field and water level) using the homogeneous model in CFX4.3.

Comments are greatly appreciated (i.e. validation exercises, previous experiences, validation papers, etc.). Regards,

Luis
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Old   November 10, 2001, 02:11
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toraj hamzepour
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hi! please send me information about cfd
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Old   November 27, 2001, 06:52
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arjun s y
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similar problem we are also modeling .. using cfx4.4 ..since its closing time for office i will write tomorrow .thanks arjun
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