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Old   June 26, 2003, 09:16
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Hi, I am modelling a 2d/3d open-channel flow, the experiment has a 3 different bed slopes. What is the most effective way of simulating the bed slope. Currently i tilt the whole model (in 2d) to an angle but reverse flow occurs during iteration and the flow prediction is screwed up. How do i overcome this problem?

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