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Old   December 9, 2010, 11:37
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hello everyone:
now I have a problem about wave force.when I simulate a wave height is 0.2m and the diameter of cylinder is 0.3m,the force of the cylinder is well output and the result is pretty good,but when I change the wave height to 2m and the diameter to 3m, the result oscillation and the wave force is wrong, I do not know why?who can help me? thank you for advance!
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Old   December 22, 2010, 11:52
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Which wave model are you using? Can your wave be considered still linear even with 2m height?
What data are you comparing with?
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Old   January 17, 2011, 21:01
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whas the size of the mesh?
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