|June 9, 2014, 10:26||
2D Sinusoidal waves Air - Water
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I'm trying to create a very simple simulation of a 2d flow with fluent. I'd like to simulate a 2d water flow through a canal (or deep sea, it doesn't really matter). The bottom boundary condition is a wall. The simulation should have a free surface between air and water which should have sinusoidal waves.
I'm guessing the best way to do this is to have a velocity-inlet in one side and a pressure-outlet in the other, while using some kind of udf to produce sinusoidal waves in the free surface but I don't know how to do this or where to look for examples to learn.
Do you guys know of a good tutorial on sinusoidal waves boundary conditions? or where can I find an example for a udf function that simulates a wave? Is there a better or more simple way to do this? Any help is really appreciated, I'm kind of lost in the woods here.
Let me know if you need more details.
|fluent, sea wave, sinusoidal, sinusoidal sea wave, udf|
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