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Old   September 3, 2002, 06:17
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michal
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I tried to calculate the floating yacht hull. The velocity of a yacht was 1m/s +y, the flow of a current was 0.1m/s -y, wind 5m/s +y. calculation converged in this case. If I increased velocity of the hull, the calculation would diverge, eventhou the critical velocity of certain yacht was 3m/s (Fr<1). Anz clue? thanks
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