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Old   December 18, 2007, 08:48
Default tutorial : free surface flow over a bump
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HAYATE
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HELLO

UNFORTUNATELY I STILL CAN NOT CREATE MY VOF IN A TANK ANALYSIS FOR SEVERAL REASONS , I FOLLOW MR GLENNS ADVICE TO READ CAREFULLY THE TUTORIAL BUT I CAN NOT UNDERSTAND SEVERAL EXPRESSIONS, LIKE

WHAT IS THE EXPRESSION DOWNH, DENH, AND THE OTHER EXPRESSIONS?

HOW WE DEFINE THE FREE SURFACE? HOW WE TELL THE SOFTWARE IN WHICH HEIGHT IS THE WATER SURFACE? I SAW THAT THE DOWNH HAS A VALUE OF 0.022M IS THIS THE HEIGHT OF THE WATER?

PLEASE HELP

HAYATE

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Old   December 18, 2007, 17:11
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Glenn Horrocks
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Hi,

It sounds like talking to your CFX support rep for some basic CFX training would be a good idea.

Glenn Horrocks
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